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This may not be the right forum... Using templates in MS Publisher to create web site

I'm able to save my work as *.pub and/or *.htm.  I want to email my pages to our regional office for review.  I can zip & email the *.htm file, but even when I include in the zip the graphics folder for the page, when I unzip & open the htm contained in the email, no graphics are included.

thanks for any help
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softplusCommented:
You are unzipping the graphics contents as well, aren't you? Did you put them in the correct subdirectory?
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pilk00Author Commented:
Not sure.  Don't really know how to zip stuff - except by right click & "zip & email".

I had copied the htm into the graphics content folder.  Is that incorrect?
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softplusCommented:
I assume the graphics need to be in the same relative path as on your computer, i.e. if you html file is on the desktop and the images in a subdir "images", you need to make sure they're the same relative directory on the other pc. You can zip it like that if you select all the files needed and do the zip+mail - it will create subdirectories in the zip file. Does that make sense? otherwise you could post a part of your html-file, I'm sure we can see where they should be :)
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pilk00Author Commented:
After placing the htm file and the supporting graphics folder side-by-side so I could click on them together, did the zip/email, and everything worked great.

The first time I tried it, maybe I didn't select all the items when unzipping - I'm used to there being a parent folder there.

Thanks!
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