Adding a CGI Script address

If your document has form-related Internet objects, you need a CGI script address to enable these Internet objects to work better once your document is published to the Internet. Except for Java applets and Embedded files, the rest of the Internet objects which CorelDRAW provides are form related.

You can specify a method for sending the CGI script address to the server. You can also choose a frame type in which to display your Web document.

To type the CGI Script address of the Internet object

1 Click in a white space to deselect any objects.

2 Click Edit, Properties.

3 Click the Form tab.

4 Type the CGI Script address in the URL Of CGI Script box.

5 Click the Apply button.

To choose a method for sending the CGI Script address to the server

1 Follow steps 1 to 3 from the previous procedure.

2 Choose a method from the Method list box.

3 Click the Apply button.

To choose a frame type

1 Follow steps 1 to 3 from the "To choose a method for sending the CGI Script address to the server" procedure.

2 Choose a frame type from the Target list box.

3 Click the Apply button.

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