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I want to have one text file on desktop which remain sync online and it saves its content automatically rather than i have to press save manually . Just like Google docs does . But i it on desktop so that i can open easily

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Dropbox. By default Dropbox only syncs files in the Dropbox folder but there are ways around this - Lifehacker article

Alternatively, Wuala lets you sync any folder I believe but is not so easy to setup (from what I have heard)

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Dropbox is indeed the most straightforward way, IMO. It seems to me that the easiest workaround here is to save the file in the Dropbox folder and create a shorcut to said file on the Desktop. – Michael May 4 '11 at 18:46
i have windows 7 , and i have created the dektop shortcut . put when i try to pin that shortcut on taskbar then it opens new notepad file not that file – Moorage May 5 '11 at 1:04

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