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americamba Sunil and friends,

I am tired of starting with html files generated by word because there is so much garbage that it takes me forever to clean out the unnecessary html so as to see what I want to do (for example, I have to insert code and links for audio files).

So... my question. What does it mean that we have a choice in the "quick project" template to start either from html or from word 2000?

When I highlight Word 2000 and then try to compile, it says I have no index because I do not have a file called index.htm. I do have a file called index.doc but evidently that is not what the program wants.

so.. does that mean that I have to "save as" web page from the very start? In that case, there really is no option. I have to start with html and really can not start with a word doc. I hope I am missing something because it would be great if I could compile directly from a word.doc.

hope you can help,  Frank

Posted on: 4:56 am on July 10, 2002
EBookCompiler If you use Word, you have to do save as HTML

The quick project options set up the folders and defaults and instructions, they don't change how Word works

If you don't like Word, you might either try copying and pasting the text from Word into an HTML editor, or starting in a HTML editor.  There is a free program called arachnophiliahttp://www.arachnoid.com/arachnophilia/which could be a good starting point if you want to get into HTML coding.  

Posted on: 4:15 am on July 11, 2002


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