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CorelDraw 10 for Windows: Visual QuickStart Guide by Steve Schwartz, Phyllis Davis

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Converting Documents to Web Pages

After you've finished designing your Web pages, it's time to convert them into HTML and image files that can be read by Web browsers. Each document page will be converted to a separate Web page, and a folder will be created to store all the images on the pages. As part of the process, the pages are automatically checked for HTML conflicts and errors.

To convert a document to Web pages:

1.
Be sure that your CorelDraw document has been saved normally.
2.
Choose File > Publish To The Web > HTML. The Publish To The Web dialog box appears, open to the General tab (Figure 17.33).
Figure 17.33. Most of the critical settings for HTML output can be found on the General tab.
3.
Check the right-most tab to see if any ...

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