Liam Delahunty wrote: > This way you'll need to produce the actual 20 pages yourself and make them > link to one another, but please do consider that 20 a4/letter/legal pages > doesn't = 20 screens of info. The web pages should be shaped by their > content not their file size... Definitely true! Having done this for documents produced by other document-processing software, I'd recommend: 1) export as plain text 2) create an outline of the document identifying logical sections, and tag with <hN> as appropriate 3) wrap text content in <p>s 4) paste each major (<h2>) section into a unique file 5) add style sheet That's slightly simplistic, but you get the idea :-) It might seem like more work than the save-as-html/tidy approach, but it probably isn't, and you wind up with much cleaner output. Also, if you have a server-side language available, creating the [ < previous | next > ] page links can be done quickly with a single included routine and pages named something like p00 - p19. FWIW! -- Hassan Schroeder ----------------------------- hassan at webtuitive.com Webtuitive Design === (+1) 408-938-0567 === http://webtuitive.com dream. code.