May I recommend running the "text" file through BinHex 5.0. This sometimes
corrects problems in the header of the file that occured during transfer even
though the file may not have been compressed by this program.
BTW are you transfering through a Local Area Network modem?
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In the article <myirwin-040494121911 at 184.108.40.206> "myirwin at uci.edu" "Mike"
>> Yeah, I tried double-clicking, but the finder just tried to open it as
>> a text document (using TeachText or something). Does this mean something's
>> wrong with the file?
>>No, there is nothing wrong with the file. This just means that it is a
>generic text file. By default the Mac asks you if you want to open it with
>TeachText. But, TeachText is mostly good for brief messages since it has a
>32k size limit.
>>Go into your favorite word processing program (like Word) or another text
>Go into your favorite word processing program (like Word) or another text
>editor (like Alpha) and open it from within the program...Open the program.
>Select Open from the file menu and navigate through the subsequent menu to
>locate and open you file. And jeez, you don't have to rename it or
>anything...what kinda primitives do you think we are?