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==Encoding and Embedding the images into HTML==
 
==Encoding and Embedding the images into HTML==
  
   Encoding images to base64 can be a little tricky, so click [[Presage/User_Guide/Document_Management_Screen/converting_doc_to_html/base64-stuff|HERE]].'''[[Editing_Presage/User_Guide/Document_Management_Screen/Cornverting_doc_to_html|here]]'''
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   Encoding images to base64 can be a little tricky, so click [[Presage/User_Guide/Document_Management_Screen/converting-doc-to-html/base64-stuff|HERE]].'''[[Editing_Presage/User_Guide/Document_Management_Screen/Cornverting_doc_to_html|here]]'''
 
   to see how.
 
   to see how.

Revision as of 09:06, 24 June 2020

Let's say you have a file you want to upload in the Microsoft word format. To convert the document to an HTML file, follow these steps.

Exporting a word document to an HTML file

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 In addition, from Microsoft word, you can export the word file as an HTML file.
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 To do this, click the file button in the top left corner. From there you can click Export > Change File Type > Save As.
WordToHTML3.png
 Finally, after you click Save As, click Save as File Type and selecting the .html file tag.


 NOTE: at the moment exporting through word does not preserve the image as part of the HTML file, so the image will not show up in Presage. If you would 
 
 like the images to be embedded in your file so they show up in Presage mobile, feel free to email customer support and we will do this for you.
 If you would like to encode and embed the images yourself, follow the tutorial below:

Encoding and Embedding the images into HTML

 Encoding images to base64 can be a little tricky, so click HERE.here
 to see how.