2 Replies Latest reply on Jul 17, 2013 10:47 AM by dougcoms

    when I export to epub (CS6)

    dougcoms

      when I export to epub (CS6) I get two xhml files for each chapter--why? How do I fix it?

        • 1. Re: when I export to epub (CS6)
          Steve Werner Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          There are several ways to create page breaks in CS6 (a good thing). You must be using one or more of these:

           

          (1) If you've created a book file, each chapter will create an XHTML file.

           

          (2) You've specified one or more paragraph styles (in Paragraph Styles panel menu > Edit All Export Tags to split the file, and turning on splitting in the export dialog.

           

          (3) You've modified a graphic in Object > Object Export Options to cause a break before and/or after the graphic.

           

          or you've inadvertantly included a character which is formatted with one of those splitting paragraph styles. That's all it takes, just one character, and you get an extra break. Happened to me just yesterday since I was in a hurry.

          • 2. Re: when I export to epub (CS6)
            dougcoms Level 1

            Thanks Steve - By switching to "do not split" in the advanced column, I got the desired xhtml files. Thanks!