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1: When publishing on the Web, in which situations is it better to use PDF instead of HTML? In which situations is it better to use HTML instead of PDF?
A1: PDF can be a better solution for Web publishing when:
  • You want to preserve a professional level of design and typography.

  • The publication is likely to be printed at the receiving computer, particularly in color or at high resolution.

  • You want the online version to match a printed original exactly.

  • You want to be able to zoom in on the page without losing quality.

HTML can be a better solution for Web publishing when:

  • You want the document to be viewable inbrowsers that do not support plug-ins.

  • The publication uses a basic design which will translate easily to HTML.

2: How you create a complete hyperlink?
A2: First you create an anchor, or destination of the hyperlink jump, and then you create one or more sources that jump to the anchor.
3: Where can you find colors that display well in Web browsers?
A3: The Online library in the Color Options dialog box contains the Web-safe palette of 216 colors.
4: How can you turn a PageMaker page into an EPS file?
A4: When the computer is set up for a Postscript printer, choose File > Print, click Options, select Write PostScript to File, and then select EPS.
5: What are the two ways you can map PageMaker paragraph styles to HTML formats?
A5: Choose File > Export > HTML, click Options, and map the styles using the Style Assignments table. This is most useful when you are republishing an existing publication. Or choose Add HTML Styles from the Styles palette menu. This is most useful when you are building a publication from scratch.


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