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Default Visual Studio file associations...

HI there.

Im trying to find out how to associate .inc files with visual studio .net so that they highlight the keywords etc...

I have done this before but cant remember how exactly I did it. Essentially I found where the .asp files were associated in the registry and added .inc in the same way. only problem is I cant for the life of me find where!!


anyone have any ideas?


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