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Can you export HTML of individual pages from Muse?

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Dec 05, 2017

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I need to have HTML packages for each page in my document. Is it possible to export individual pages? I know about toggling pages on and off for export but that still requires me doing that for every one of my 35 and growing document. I was hoping there is a faster way to do this. Thanks!

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Can you export HTML of individual pages from Muse?

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I need to have HTML packages for each page in my document. Is it possible to export individual pages? I know about toggling pages on and off for export but that still requires me doing that for every one of my 35 and growing document. I was hoping there is a faster way to do this. Thanks!

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No, this isn’t possible.

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Sure...just html ...use Google or other similar tool.

How to Copy Code From a Website

You can use Pinegrow or...

If you're on a desktop computer, saving a web page is dead simple. Just open up your browser, navigate to the page, and go to File > Save Page As. Save it as "Web Page, Complete" somewhere in your documents.

You'll get an HTML file and a folder full of images and other data contained within-don't delete this. When you want to see the web page, just double-click on the HTML file and you should be able to see it just as it was when you saved it, whether you have a connection or not.

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