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I have a csv file as a static resource and i am allowing users to download this file using the following.

<a href="{!URLFOR($Resource.AccountUploadTemplate)}" target="_blank">Click here </a>

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The issue i face is that the download file does not have an extension and file type is File when viewed in windows explorer.

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Is there anyway we can force it to save with an extension?

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I'm not aware of a way that it is possible to force an extension on Static Resources when downloading them. However, you can upload all Static Resources in a Zip File. That way you would know that there is only one extension type for all Static Resources.

Here's the Visualforce mark-up for including a file within a compressed (zipped) Static Resource.

{!URLFOR($Resource.Zip_File_Static_Resource, 'File_Within_Zip_File.js')}

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