When you convert
paragraph text to Web-compatible text, you can edit the text of the published
document in an HTML editor. If you are publishing a drawing to the Web as HTML,
you can change text font characteristics, including the font type, size, and
style. The Web-compatible text sizes, numbered 1 through 7, correspond to
particular point sizes between the 10-point and 48-point range. For more
information about formatting text, see "Formatting paragraph text."
The default Web font
style is used automatically unless you override it with another font. If you
choose to override it, the default font is used when visitors to your Web site
don’t have the same font installed on their computers. The bold, italic, and
underline text styles are also available. You can apply uniform fills, but not
outlines, to Web-compatible text.
non-Web-compatible text in your drawing is converted to bitmaps when you publish
your drawing to the World Wide Web as HTML.
Select the paragraph text. Click TextMake text Web compatible.
Make new text Web-compatible
Click ToolsOptions. In the list of categories,
Text, and click Paragraph. Enable the
Make all new paragraph text frames Web
compatible check box.
• Ensure that the Web-compatible text does not intersect or
overlap other objects or extend beyond the boundaries of the drawing
page; otherwise the text will be
converted to a bitmap, and it will lose its Internet
• Artistic text cannot be converted to Web-compatible text and
is always treated as a bitmap. However, you can convert it to
paragraph text and then make it Web
compatible. For information on converting text, see
"Finding, editing, and converting text.
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