On Wed, 3 May 2006 10:48:22 -0700 , "Gutierrez, Anita"
<anita.gutierrez at sage.com> wrote:
>I have a 100-page legacy book with embedded graphics (average 2 per page,
>PCX format). Is there a way to export the graphics to individual files in
>some sort of batch operation?
Yes. You can do that with the free demo version of Mif2Go:
Choose any format (like Generic HTML), and in the .ini set:
They will appear with names of form aaaannnn.pcx, where
aaaa is from the file name and nnnn is a number beginning
with 0001 for each file. You can set how many letters
and numbers are used; see the User's Guide, par. 2.4.2,
"Replacing embedded graphics with referenced graphics".
>And -- even better -- is there a way to convert them to
>linked graphics in the file without re-importing each one
Not with Mif2Go. However, IIRC, Rick Quatro has a plugin
that does that. I just looked on his site and don't see
it, but you might ask him directly:
>Thanks for any wisdom. I'm probably asking for way too much here.
-- Jeremy H. Griffith, at Omni Systems Inc.
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