It's possible that Jeremy at Omsys didn't see your support request
email because of the US Memorial Day holiday weekend, but he's likely
to reply soon, or to this thread. support at omsys.com

To answer your question, you can pick the "split" points in the large
file by defining the action you want the program to take when it
encournters a specific tag, usually a Heading1, or 2, or maybe a
Title. There's a section of the ini file that defins this.
The default action is to split the file to create separate html pages
at those points.

Art

On Tue, May 27, 2008 at 6:45 PM, Caryn Cameron <cgc at sfu.ca> wrote:
> My school creates our catalog/calendar in Framemaker, and formerly we
> used the included version of WebWorks to divide the various Frame
> files into pages (new page at 14pt head, etc.) when we used it on a
> Mac. Since then we upgraded to the current Framemaker and have it
> running on a PC (obviously). Now we're trying to export/convert that
> book into web files.
>
> You folks recommended Mif2go in other instances so I am trying it,
> but I can't seem to figure out how to tell it to divide a large file
> into several individual web pages. I'm awaiting a quote from
> ePublisher/WebWorks, but from their website I can't figure out if the
> current version of their program will do what we're accustomed to,
> either.
>
> Some of the Frame's book's files are very large and need to get
> divided into sometimes a dozen html pages. Any experiences,
> suggestions?
>
> --
>
> Caryn Cameron
> Web Services Coordinator
> Student Services
> Simon Fraser University
> Burnaby, BC  Canada
>
> http://students.sfu.ca
>
>
>
>
> _______________________________________________
>
>




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