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Old 06-01-2010, 10:32 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by kokoshmusun View Post
I get a lot of "A"s with a hat around the document when I generate pdf from html with htmldoc. I've gotten it on two separate books. Is there a way to fix that?
Those A's are "non-break spaces" usually represented by   in HTML code. It is also represented by it's numeric code "&# 160;" or hex "&# xA0;" and thus the A's with hats! (ignore that space within the preceding quotes)

When present and this problem is exhibited, see if you can re-save the .html file in ASCII/ANSI (i.e. non UTF-8) plain text format. Then retry your conversion.

This may be a source file encoding issue that cannot be properly interpreted by that (old) htmldoc program.
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