you with a set of Internet objects, such as options, Java applets, text edit
boxes, and check boxes to use when designing an HTML page.You can customize
Internet objects by adjusting their parameters.
If a document
contains form-related Internet objects such as check boxes, you need a CGI
script address to enable these Internet objects to work once the document is
published to the World Wide Web as an HTML file.
After you create a
preset Internet object, you can save it as an HTML page. For information about
optimizing, see "Optimizing bitmaps for the World Wide Web.
Click EditInsert Internet object, and click the object you
want. Click where you want to place the Internet object.
Customize an Internet object
Right-click an Internet object, and click
Properties. In the Object properties
docker, click the Internet tab, and
specify the attributes you want to add.
Add a CGI Script address to an Internet object
Deselect any objects, right-click, and click
Properties. Click the Form tab, and
type the CGI script address in the URL of CGI
script box. Choose an HTML equivalent method from the
Method list box and a frame type from the
Target list box.
• All Internet objects, except for Java applets and embedded
files, require a CGI script address to function properly after you
publish a drawing to the World Wide Web.
Process to save objects to a Web-compatible format