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Old 03-21-2010, 05:03 AM   #44
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Originally Posted by awx View Post
Go to the file menu and select "Import Xhtml...". A "Generic Page" with your data will hopefully get created. The file must be Xhtml, not html.
I know about importing an XHTML file one-at-a-time. With almost 90 files, this is not useable to me.

Since you mentioned drag-n-drop, my previous question was why can't I drag-n-drop files, since apparently you can.

Also, why do files that I do import only show as "Generic Page"? Why can't I change that to something else? For that matter, why do these imported pages need these labels in the first place?

I just want to import a bunch of prefectly valid XHTML files, a stylesheet and some images. Then, edit some metadata in your program, and it have generate the other necessary files and epub container. I really don't want or need to have my source files changed in any way.
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