Web Publisher Options: Publish tab

To display the dialog box:

  • Drag the item that you want to publish onto the Web Publisher link on the Send To bar

    — or —

  • select the item, then click the PaperPort webpub Publish program icon.

To display the Web Publisher Options dialog box each time you drag an item to the PaperPort webpub Publish Web Publisher icon on the Send To bar, select the Always show options dialog checkbox.

When the checkbox is clear, you can display the dialog box by clicking the Options button in the Send To Options dialog box

Use the Publish tab to select the publishing method and what you want to display when the process is complete.

In the Publishing Method area:

  • Local — Saves new or appended HTML files to your local PC or to a location on a network drive.
    If you specify
    Local, be sure to click the File Info tab, and in the Local directory field, specify where you want to save your HTML files.

  • FTP — Copies files to a specified FTP server.

    In the FTP Options area, enter the FTP server name; for example, ftp.companyname.com; your FTP login or user ID and password; and the remote directory or web server folder in which to store your HTML files. Contact your service provider if you have not already obtained this information.

    Click Save Password to encrypt and save your password so that you do not have to enter it again. If guest permissions are valid, click Anonymous login. Note that if you do not specify a password, you will be prompted for one during the FTP session.

  • AOL — Creates new or appended HTML files and transfers them to your AOL web site. You need to specify your AOL screen name to use this publishing method.

In the When Finished area:

  • Return to PaperPort — Redisplays the PaperPort desktop when the web publishing process is complete.

  • Show the host page in the default Web browser — Displays the local web page in your default Web browser if you are using the Local or FTP publishing method. If you are using the AOL method, this option displays the page that resides on the AOL server.

  • Show the host page in — Displays the local web page in the specified HTML editor program. Specify the program name with the .exe file name extension. You can click the browse button to the right to navigate to the program file.