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    HTML Files into One?

    I download a zip file containing jpg's and html files with documentation on my computer. How do I bind them into one file like a PDF so that it can run by executing one command.

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    Adobe Acrobat has a function that converts multiple html files into a single PDF. You need to buy Acrobat to get this functionality though. No doubt there are other tools that can perform the same task but I can't recommend any to you.

    Another possibility is to convert the html files into a CHM file. This can be done using HTML Help Workshop (free) or a range of commercial help authoring tools.
    Andrew Lockton, Chrysalis Design, Melbourne Australia

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    Do the HTML files contain contain links to the JPG files, like an image gallery? If so, can you load the HTML file in a browser and print to a PDF using a "print-to-pdf" printer driver like CutePDF?
    PJ in FL

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    Another option might be to compile them into an "HTML help" file similar to the help files you see for Windows programs. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microso...iled_HTML_Help

    If the images are very large, or users will want to extract them easily, that might not work so well.

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    Hey Guys. Thanks for the info. I appreciate it very much. Will look into each idea and see which is what I am looking for.

    Again thanks and regards
    john (LaTech)

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