1 Click Tools, Options.
2 In the list of categories, double-click Document, and click Publish To Internet.
3 On the Publish To Internet page, choose the type of HTML layout you want to use when you export your document to the Internet from the list.
4 Type values in the following boxes for the HTML layout you choose:
• Position Tolerance — lets you specify the number of pixels text can be automatically nudged in order to avoid introducing rows or columns that are 1 or 2 pixels in size.
• Image White Space — lets you specify the number of pixels that can occur in an empty cell before it's merged with an adjacent cell, in order to avoid splitting a single graphic that spans adjacent cells. Cells, or tables, are used to position Internet objects in your Web document when you choose the HTML Tables layout method.
• Position White Space — lets you specify the amount of white space allowed in an image in order to make your published Web document simpler.
5 In the list of categories, double-click Publish To Internet, and click Text.
6 Enable one of the following buttons to choose the method with which you want to export the text in your Web document:
• Export HTML-compatible Text As Text — exports the text as a single image
• Export All Text As Images — exports the text as a single image compatible for all browsers
• Export HTML compatible Text as text using TrueDoc — exports the text using TrueDoc for use in Netscape Comunicator
7 In the list of categories click Links.
8 Enable the check boxes to apply underline and color properties to any text that is assigned a URL in your Web document.
The link colors you set in the Options dialog box will override the default link colors used in your Web browser, eliminating any conflict between link color and your document's page background color.
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