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Old 06-15-2007, 06:51 AM   #1
Greg Swann
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Default Retaining the links in an HTML import?

Long time no see, y'all. I think I'm pretty much done with paper, which makes this question ironic:

I have text that I'm whipping into shape as an eBook. For the editing phase, I'm building it as a weblog. When I'm done, I may want to convert everything to an actual PDF-formatted eBook. (I may choose instead to leave it as a weblog, since dead trees really are a dead letter, especially with heavily-linked content.)

In any case, is there any way to retain hard links in an HTML import. Quark 6.5's Get Text for HTML won't do it. I also have Indesign from CS2, but I've never used it. Does anything work? Third-party software?

Thanks in advance for all your hard work.

Best,

Greg Swann
http://www.bloodhoundrealty.com/BloodhoundBlog/
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