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Windows 7: Adding New Default File Types To Right-click>>New List


16 May 2013   #1
Odins Path

South Australia
 
 
Adding New Default File Types To Right-click>>New List

Hey Guys,

I'm currently working allot with Python(.py) files on my Windows 7 install, And I tire of creating a blank text.doc and renaming the extension .py each time.

Can I add blank .py files to the list somehow so I can take one tedious step out of the process.

I have googled around a little for a tutorial on how to do this but fear I have not phrased the question correctly.

An explanation on how to do such or a link to the appropriate reference will be greatly appreciated.


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16 May 2013   #2
Odins Path

South Australia
 
 

I found what I was looking for here: NEW Context Menu - Edit for Desktop
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