Publisher 97 Published Images

I have imported a Company Logo into my Web Page.  This same Logo
> I have imported into several of my web pages.  When I publish my
> Web Page to a folder it turns the same imported Logo into several images.
For example imported image name into each page is mclogo.gif, when
published to folder image is renamed img1.gif, img2.gif etc.
> Has this happened to anyone else.  I would sure like some help
> with this one as it increases the size of my Web Page

CJ081897Asked:
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CJ081897Author Commented:
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grendel081997Commented:
Whenever you put an image into Publisher, it does not keep the name and instead names it img1.gif, img2.gif, etc. as you said.  Why it does this, I don't know...probably to prevent conflicts with captilization and with two instances of one picture.  The easy way to fix this would be to have your non-publisher pages refer to img1.gif instead of mclogo.gif.  I'm sure under some menu option like File | Preferences you can turn off the renaming of images.
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CJ081897Author Commented:
The only preferences for web publishing is to change the extension to html or htm.

Thanks for trying
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theTerabyteCommented:
To fix this problem, unfortunatly, you must know a little about HTML.  it's a very easy language.  when you're done with the page, and have trandfered it to HTML, open up each file in a text editor(notepad works great for win95 users) and look for img2.gif ing3.gif img4.gif ... etc.
and change them all to img1.gif.  then, you can delete all the img2.gif ... files.  HOWEVER, be careful to only change the ones that are the same!
img2, 3, 4, and 6 might be the same, but 5 might be something else you have!  you should compare file size or open them up in a viewer(your web browser will do) to look at them.

HOPE THIS ANSWERS YOUR QUESTION!  it's because of technical problams like these i try to stay away from wysiwyg editors, HTML is a very simple language and is easy to learn and produce on the fly documents in without a slow wysiwyg editor.

Terabyte
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CJ081897Author Commented:
Thanks for the Info I was aware of this and was hoping to avoid it. Contacted Microsoft and they informed me that Publisher 97 does this and is incapble of creating just the one gif.

Thanks for responding
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theTerabyteCommented:
Thank YOU for the generous points for telling you something you already knew!

I apreciate it!  Terabyte
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