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Body & Footer Tab


Body & Footer Tab of DocToHtml Converter Options Dialog

This Tab contains a number of options affecting the whole converted (X)HTML document.

Convert page margins—if this option is turned on, DocToHtml will preserve the document’s page margins as defined in the File->Page Setup dialog. This setting may produce a more readable HTML code. Note that if the original document has two or more sections with different page setup settings, DocToHtml will use the data from the first section only. That’s because there is no way to represent different sections in one single (X)HTML document.

The controls located in the center of the Tab let you determine whether to include the information on background and foreground colors for the entire document into the output (X)HTML stylesheet.

If you opt to specify those colors, DocToHtml will insert a rule like this into the resulting stylesheet:
body {background-color: #FFFFFF; color: black; }

At the bottom of the Tab, there are a few options that determine whether to include MS Word footnotes and endnotes in the output (X)HTML code. To speed up the conversion, disable the processing of formatting for footnotes and endnotes. To redefine the default scheme for generating their name and title attributes, and to add a second backlink to the end of the first paragraph for your footnotes and endnotes, check the Advanced Options checkbox, and then modify the settings via the Footnotes & Endnotes Options dialog.