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Export Info as HTML
Function "Export Info into HTML" allows you present the information on the MP3 files in File List as an HTML document (for backup purposes, for example).
There are two ways of export the info about the files into an HTML document:

Export as HTML
1. Press Main Menu: Export > Export Info as HTML...

2. Specify HTML file settings (tab "Export")
a) Folder which HTML file is to be saved in (by default it's the folder with MP3 files)
To select a folder, press
b) HTML filename
褋) Info to be exported (only checked items will be exported)

3. Define the symbols to replace
On the 'Symbol Replacement' tab define the symbols prohibited to use in a filename with your own (optional).

4. Press Export button

Export template into HTML
1. Press Main Menu: Export > Export Template into HTML...

2. Specify HTML file settings (tab "Export Using Template")
a) Folder which HTML file is to be saved in (by default it's the folder with MP3 files)
To select a folder, press
b) HTML filename
褋) Type of HTML template (situated in the same folder with MP3TagEditor)

3. Define the symbols to replace
On the 'Symbol Replacement' tab define the symbols prohibited to use in a filename with your own (optional).

4. Press Export button

 Note: All changes that were made on settings in this dialog will be automatically saved when you press "Ok" button.

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