Join Tony Harmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting to HTML on Windows, part of Creating EPUBs from a Word Document.
- In this movie, we're going to look…at getting our completed manuscripts out of Word.…So, the final step for us here in Windows…is to export the file to HTML,…which will then need to open in something…like Calibre or Sigil to refine…and then create the ePub files.…So, I'm using the file Aesop's Fables Complete…from the exercise files folder that you will have access to…if you're a Lynda.com premium subscriber,…although you could easily work along…with any file of your own.…
So, to export this, we need to go up to the FILE tab…at the top here, and then come down to Export…and choose Change File Type from this big menu here.…And you can see I've got Single File Web Page just there,…but I'm actually going to go down to Save As…because I want to save this as a certain kind of webpage.…So from Save as type, I'm just going to save it…into this location, I'm going to choose Web Page, Filtered.…And what that does, is it gets rid of all of the Word…specific gumpf that ends up in there,…for Word to open it and to do some complex text effects…
- Avoiding redundant formatting
- Formatting new or existing Word documents
- Adding a book cover
- Understanding how images work in EPUBs
- Adding bookmarks and links
- Converting footnotes and endnotes
- Exporting to HTML on Mac and on Windows
Skill Level Beginner
Creating a Fixed-Layout EPUBwith Anne-Marie Concepción3h 17m Intermediate
1. EPUB Overview
2. Formatting Overview
3. Using Word
4. Images and Media
5. Things to Watch Out for
6. What's Next
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