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thorfour I have written a number of novels via .HTM on WORD, I cna VIEW the novel as an HTM file or a DOC file, but the
finished product via CCWEBOOK always appears as one long page. Is this to be expected, or is there a method to
present material as separate pages?

Posted on: 4:12 pm on January 24, 2002
EBookCompiler Yes

Make each page into a different HTML file and link them together using hyperlinks

If you look at the Help (Getting Started section), there is an example of making a 2 page ebook in Word.  Do a practise run of the example, then follow the same principle for your real ebooks

Posted on: 1:45 am on January 29, 2002
EbookHeaven Yes, you can do this, but for large books it's not worth the hassle in my opinion. You would be better advised to break the word file into chapters then turn each chapter into seperate HTML files. Link them together using a TOC (table of contents) and create your ebook from these source files.

Better still, use a non HTML compiler. There are various types that display stories in a page by page manner. Readerworks publisher is one.

Posted on: 1:42 pm on April 16, 2002

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