I am creating an ebook using Word 2000. I already sent the first page to the compiler to see how it would look. It came out fine, but now I want to edit the page I created in Word 2000. So my question is, can I edit Word 2000 files AFTER they are compiled or do I have to do all of the editing in the 'project' stage before I send the pages to the compiler? If the latter is the case, then I have to start all over if I want to change the page I already sent. I spent a ton of time searching for this answer, but couldn't find it. So anything will help at this point. Thanks!
Yes--the original Word files are in the source folder. However, once I save a Word file as a web page, I can't seem to edit it anymore--it acts like it's a 'read only' file, if you know what I mean.
In any event, I can just write the files in Word and then cut and paste them into a Word web page file when I think they are ready--but it would be nice to work out this glitch. Do you know what I mean? Is there still something I'm not getting?
I think once you've saved into HTML/Web Page, the next time you want to edit it, you simply set File Type in open (in Word) to HTML or Web page, and open it. I haven't tried it for quite a while, but if I remember correctly (and I'm pretty sure, not quite 100% sure though) that this worked when I tried it.
I'm guessing now: I'd make double sure that you don't have another copy of Word running (or another Word window) with the file still open in it. This might be the cause of your troubles.
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