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Adobe® PageMaker® 7.0 Classroom in a Book® by Adobe Creative Team

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Exporting to HTML

You have completed all of the manual adjustments to the publication. The rest of the conversion will be automatic. You will export the publication to HTML with settings that will specify how PageMaker will perform the conversion.

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Choose File > Export > HTML. The first thing you'll do is specify filenames and document titles for the HTML files. It is important to understand the difference between a filename and a document title. The filename is the name of the HTML file as it appears on disk. For this reason, adhere to the standard file naming conventions that apply to the operating system that your Web server uses. If you publish through an Internet Service Provider (ISP), ask them what naming restrictions apply. The

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