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Re: HTML conversion question

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  • Subject: [mg5825] Re: [mg5808] HTML conversion question
  • From: Al-Mohassen Husain Ali ME <s942798 at DPC.KFUPM.EDU.SA>
  • Date: Thu, 23 Jan 1997 03:19:29 -0500
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I am not sure how to make MMA do it but you can change it manually as
edit your html using a ascii editor (eg. edit in DOS or vi in UNIX) .
go through the html file to the place where the image is mentioned. for
example, if your image is named plot.gif goto :
<IMG SRC="plot.gif" HEIGHT=100 WIDTH=300>
(100 and 300 are examples they depend on the size of your image)
now all you have to do is change the # to the sizes you want.

Husain Al-Mohssen
Saudi Arabia
 On Wed, 22
Jan 1997, Levasseur wrote:

> When saving a Notebook in HTLM format, the .gif files are often a bit
> too small for my taste.   Is there a way to control this through a
> magnification setting? If it can't be done through the Save as Special
> menu, is it an Option to SaveHTML?
> Ken Levasseur

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