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ArborText Editor 6.1 - Export to HTML

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ArborText Editor 6.1 - Export to HTML

Hello,

I'm evaluating ArborText 6.1 (Editor with Styler) with a 14-day trial license.

Can it export to HTML? I don't see that option anywhere.

Thanks!

Chris

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Does your style sheet allow HTML composition?

From Arbortext select Styler > Edit Style Sheet

Select File > Stylesheet Properties

Is HTML File check box checked?

Alternatively, check the .dcf file associated with your dtd or schema.

Does it allow HTML output?

Content like

<Composition>

<Compose type="htmlfile"></Compose>

...

<Compose type="pdf"></Compose>

...

</Composition>

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You can publish to HTML. File > Publish > HTML file....

There is also an menu pick for File > Save As HTML...

(This latter usage is not as good as publishing).

I see the HTML options if I start from a new document.

However, if I open an existing file (It's an xml file with ArborText comments, so I can only assume that it was created with ArborText), I don't have the HTML options for save-as (or publish).

Does that mean I can't save this particular document as HTML (or is there an add-on I can get that will do this)?

Does your style sheet allow HTML composition?

From Arbortext select Styler > Edit Style Sheet

Select File > Stylesheet Properties

Is HTML File check box checked?

Alternatively, check the .dcf file associated with your dtd or schema.

Does it allow HTML output?

Content like

<Composition>

<Compose type="htmlfile"></Compose>

...

<Compose type="pdf"></Compose>

...

</Composition>

My Stylesheet Properties had the HTML box checked, but the .dcf file had an empty composition tag, like this:

<Composition></Composition>

I added the <Compose type="htmlfile"></Compose> in there like you suggested, and now I'm able to Publish as an html file.

Thank you so much for your help!

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