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How do I get Untitled out of Notepad?

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Sandee

#1
Whenever I write something in Notepad and print it, the printed version
always has the word "Untitled" printed at the top. It doesn't show up on
the document until it is printed. How do I stop that from happening?
Thank you.
Sandee
 

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Andre Da Costa[ActiveWin]

#2
Use WordPad.
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"Sandee" <Sandee@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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> Whenever I write something in Notepad and print it, the printed version
> always has the word "Untitled" printed at the top. It doesn't show up on
> the document until it is printed. How do I stop that from happening?
> Thank you.
> Sandee
 

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Dzomlija

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#3
Whenever I write something in Notepad and print it, the printed version
always has the word "Untitled" printed at the top. It doesn't show up on
the document until it is printed. How do I stop that from happening?
Thank you.
Sandee
Before printing, go to the "File->Page Setup", then clear the Header and Footer. Click OK.
 

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On Sun, 6 Jan 2008 21:06:00 -0800, Sandee
<Sandee@xxxxxx> wrote:

>Whenever I write something in Notepad and print it, the printed version
>always has the word "Untitled" printed at the top. It doesn't show up on
>the document until it is printed. How do I stop that from happening?
>Thank you.
>Sandee
First you have to save the file, but don't need to close it.

Put this in when you save it " alt-255" then print it.

Put a quotation mark, then hit alt and 255 and another quote.

You will then have to save it as a regular txt file.

Hardly worth the trouble, but it will work.
 

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Michael Walraven

#5
Sandee,
The name of a file that has not yet been given a name is 'Untitled' so one
option is to name the file (save it with a name). The other option is to not
have the file name printed at the top.

File
Page Setup
the options in the Header apply (&f is the 'file name')

Michael
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"Sandee" <Sandee@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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> Whenever I write something in Notepad and print it, the printed version
> always has the word "Untitled" printed at the top. It doesn't show up on
> the document until it is printed. How do I stop that from happening?
> Thank you.
> Sandee
 

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- Bobb -

#6

> "Sandee" <Sandee@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> news:7501C3E4-C68F-44A2-837C-60BE67B70D89@xxxxxx

>> Whenever I write something in Notepad and print it, the printed version
>> always has the word "Untitled" printed at the top. It doesn't show up
>> on
>> the document until it is printed. How do I stop that from happening?
>> Thank you.
>> Sandee
That a printer setup option:

To GET that to happen: (default)

To create a header or footer
On the File menu, click Page Setup.
In the Header or Footer box, type the letter and character combination
from the following table.

To: Insert the open file's name or (untitled) if the file has no name.
Type: &f
To: Insert the date. Type: &d
To: Insert the time specified by your computer's clock. Type: &t
To: Insert page numbers. Type: &p
To: Insert an ampersand (&). Type: &&
To: Align the header or footer to the left, center, or right. Type: &l,
&c, or &r

To have it NOT happen, change the page properties - change header/footer
/etc
Rather than "&f" etc erase that - leaving " nothing" in the field(s)
 

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