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You can create multiple pages in 1 file
  Posted by  Stephen Havilland  on Thursday, June 14, 2001 at 2:31:22 PM (EST)
It's a bit of a hassle, but if you paste the HTML from each of your pages into ONE BIG HTML FILE, you can "print" (convert) more than 1 HTML page. I tried it with a couple of pages, and it worked fine. (I assume no liability if there's a problem with this method with other machines. Be sure to back up your files!)
If you want a better-looking result, I suggest STARTING by composing the ebook into one big page. It's not what you would do if you were creating pages for a website, but it will give more pleasing results when using this simple program.
Hopefully, technical support will read this message and confirm that my method is safe.
This product desperately needs some documentation!
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