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Subject:Re: Instructions written in HTML From:Peter Kleczka <pkleczka -at- yahoo -dot- com> To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com Date:Sun, 6 Feb 2000 20:17:55 -0800 (PST)
Microsoft Word won't save your callouts as HTML
(actually Word 2000 does but that is a different
story). Anyway, what I've done in the past is
set up my Word document complete with callouts.
Then using a screen capture program, take a
picture of the portion of the Word doc that
has the callouts. I then use this image
in the <img src="myimage.gif">.
pkleczka -at- yahoo -dot- com
--- Chris Fitzgerald <chrisfitztex -at- yahoo -dot- com> wrote:
> Hi! I am writing an instruction on how to use
> SnagIt32 4.3.
> I'm writing the instructions in HTML and am
> capturing the
> graphics with SnagIt; the problem is that I would
> like to have
> callouts to the diagram.
> I tried to create the same in Word, added callouts,
> but they
> weren't transferred when I added the <img src="..">
> to notepad.
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