Preview HTML files using Thumbnails?

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Infopackets Reader 'Sandy' writes:

" Dear Dennis,

I love your newsletters! Thanks so much for doing it.

I've done searches for .JPG picture files using Windows Search (Start -& Search). The results appear, and then I usually click View -& Thumbnails to see the little pictures of each image file.

I have a floppy disk that has hundreds of website templates, but in order to see what each of them look like, I have to double-click each one individually and they open up in Internet Explorer.

Question: Do you know of a program that will allow me to preview all my HTML files (similar to the Thumbnail view for image files)? I've tried searching for all HTML files and then clicked View -& Thumbnail, but all I see are Internet Explorer icons. "

My response:

Unfortunately, I don't know of any program that can provide thumbnail previews of HTML files. If anyone knows of a such a program, please email me.

It is possible, however, to search for specific text in a HTML document using Coppernic Desktop Search (link below). I know that's not what you're looking for, but it may be the next best thing.

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