As with 'HTML document - WEB page' export, 'HTML MIME-encoded' creates files that can be opened by web browsers. In this MHT format, however, a single file is created that contains all the resources packaged as a Multipart/Related MIME document.
|1.||Choose Export... from the 'File' menu or |
press Ctrl E keys.
|3.||To avoid a new file overwriting an existing file with the same name, tick Do not overwrite files: see Overwriting files.|
|4.||Choose HTML MIME-encoded as the 'Format';|
|o||a wild-carded filename (with extension .MHT) and folder are supplied. To create a different filename or extension, type in the new name. To select a different folder to store the file, use the Browse button. Or|
|o||check the LPR box; the filename will be supplied automatically.|
To make 'HTML MIME-encoded' format the default, click Save format.
|5.||Tick the Force monochrome check-box if required. Click HTML options... to configure more HTML export options.|
|6.||Tick Run the associated program after creating the file if you would like EscapeE to open the file immediately using your preferred program, e.g. Internet Explorer. See Associated programs.|
|7.||If you have defined data fields on the pages, EscapeE can create a .LOG file automatically:|
|•||Comma separated (default)|
|o||Further Log file options may be set up from the 'Log File' page of the Configuration dialog: click Log file....|
|8.||Click OK to export the pages.|
If a local file path is specified then this will be used as a place to store the results temporarily during the construction of the output. The addition of an appropriate header giving sender and recipients would make the output suitable for E-mailing.
HTML export options
HTML document file export