Exporting an article as a file
 
To export the article contents to a single file
  1. Make sure that the Article pane has focus, then
  2. Click Main menu ⁄ File ⁄ Export ⁄ Current article.
 
You will be offered the choice of exporting to a single (plain) text file, HTML file, rich text (RTF) files or XML file (.xml). XML (eXtensible Markup Language) is used in TreeBook forms and templates3.
 
Quick export of an article to an HTML file
(TreePad Business Edition only)
 
This is very similar to the previous method except that the default is always an HTML file, not the format you previously selected, although there are options to export the article to a non-HTML format. Use it in conjunction with quick HTML preview (see below) to view the effects of inserted inline HTML code4 before finally exporting the article.
 
Quick preview of an article as an HTML file
(TreePad Business Edition only)
To preview the result in your default browser:
 
The currently selected article will appear as a Web page (HTML file) in your default browser. This is useful to check that TreePad tables have been correctly converted to HTML tables, etc.
 
Quick preview of an article's HTML source code
(TreePad Business Edition only)
 
A TreePad window appears containing the HTML source code. This shows you how TreePad intends to convert your article to HTML, and is particularly useful when debugging your Web page if you have inserted any inline HTML code4.
 

 
Notes:
1.  Images in an article exported to an HTML file are exported to the same directory as the HTML file. The node title will be displayed as an HTML title tag.
 
2.  Export of an article to an RTF file includes any  images embedded into the exported RTF file.
 
3.  See also Exporting forms, templates and structures.
 
4. If you wish to enhance the appearance of your exported HTML, you can insert additional HTML tags, JavaScript, etc. See Inserting inline HTML code.
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