This MAY just be me being...er...dense! Sorry if so! Compiling book, Files Tab, Edit File Properties... Is there a quick way of doing this? Typing in EVERY file title and then clicking the TOC?? In my case, the file name (which is already entered) in the same as the title....It's a right pain just typing 'pageX.html' for every single page, especially if you've (say) above 20.....
If you use 'Activ Quick Project' all of the necessary folders are created. Place all of the files needed for your ebook in the 'Source' folder. Specifically files--no sub folders. Also, there must be either an index.html or index.htm file.
When you open the project file select 'Edit' from the menu bar, then 'Scan Folder' (CTRL-D is a short cut). Browse to the source folder containing all of your ebook's files. Click OK and you're done--at least with importing all of the files.
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