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Old 12-07-2010, 02:50 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by FF2 View Post
On your blog, you mention zipping the html and jpg files together - how do you reference the images in the html file so that just being in the same zip, they will show up? I'm sure I need more html experience. But if there's a simple explanation - thanks.
I use Open Office which is similar to using Word. Just add in text and insert images. When you're done, save as a HTML file and these references should magically be taken care of (heck I know nothing about coding HTML !) then try adding the HTML file to Calibre because I'm sure it zipped up my last file with pics for me. I use Windows Vista.
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