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How to open a .Ink link?

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by ChrisCoons48, Apr 26, 2010.

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  1. ChrisCoons48

    ChrisCoons48 Thread Starter

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    Hello,
    This is my first post =)

    Anyways, I am having trouble opening a link on my universities webpage. The link list's the requirments for an essay I have to write. When I click the file it downloads it but when I open the file it opens through IE will a blank page and with "done" on the bottom left. Ive tried opening the file through notepad and Firefox with the same result.

    At the end of the file it has a .mht and/or .mht.Ink. Any idea on how I can open this file so I can get started on my paper?

    I have XP on this pc and Vista on my other. Both have the same result.

    Thank you
     
  2. ZP-Apps

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    You are opening the file the right way. The site might be down or something. If you want find the link information follow the steps below.

    1. Right Click on the .INK file.
    2. Click "Properties".
    3. The website link should be in the "Target:" field.
     
  3. DoubleHelix

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    Is this a hyperlink on a web page? If so, contact the University to find out what the requirements are to access these types of files.
     
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