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ePublisher Migrate Help

ePublisher Migrate Help

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I have a document that was created in a one-on-one training class for me. It was saved as a WDT document. The HTML that was output is close to flawless. However when my company decided to purchase from Quadralay, they chose to purchase WebWorks ePublisher. So now I am trying to migrate this document into the ePublisher software and I have soooo many problems when I output the HTML. It doesnt look anything like the files we generated in the one day course. I really do not know alot about this software but the user interface is so completely different from what I learned that day. I can upload any files necessary for someone to take a look at to help me. What I need to do is get my original project to migrate as close as possible so I only have to tweak some minor things

PLEASE HELP!!!!

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