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WORD CLEANER 7 HELP FILE
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try to convert language specific characters to its equivalent in ASCII character set (eg: äöü.doc will be saved to
You can also control the case of output file names. Word Cleaner can save file names without changing it or
can save to lowercase or uppercase letters.
͚ reate new output file each time you convert͛ option is useful if you want to create a new file each time you
convert the same document. It can be useful if you want to compare difference in files to see how different
templates create different output content. If you tick this then if the converted file name already exists in the
folder word cleaner will not overwrite it. For example if your word file is called aboutus.doc, and aboutus.html
exists in the same folder then word cleaner will rename the new converted file to aboutus_1.html. Turning
this option off will overwrite the existing html file so be careful.
By default Word Cleaner will save files with .html extension but if you want to you can set own extension.
HTML input file options (4): ͚Backup html files before cleaning if input and output file names are the same͛ -
Ticking this will make Word Cleaner create a backup of any html file before it cleans it if input and output file
html names are the same. It will prevent overwriting input html files.
͚Process HTML input file by conversion engine͛ - If you tick this option your HTML will be processed by either
our Internal Converter or MS Word (depending on the option you tick above). This means you can use all the
customisation options in the templates. If you do not tick this option then options like: Image Output Folder,
CSS, Image & Meta data options will not work. The reason you would untick this option would be if you find
the Internal Converter or MS Word conversion process is affecting your HTML in a bad way. If you untick this
option then we will basically only run find and replace/delete commands on your files, so it's a safer option if
you find you have problems with code being changed.
Template notes (5): here you can write your own reminder notes about the template you͛re creating.