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Reading a notebook file


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I am trying to read a notebook file I saved, but it's written in some weird symbols. Is there anyway to switch it to something I can read?
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Howdy:

What is the name of the file you are trying to read (including the extension) and what are you using to read it with??

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there are a few. I want to read a cookie and it comes up in notepad. there are a few files that open in notepad, and are written in squares and symbols.
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Cookies may show up as .txt files, but they are unreadable..

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