Saving an outline as a web page
When you save an outline as a web page, the main idea becomes the title of the document and appears in large type at the top of the page. Topics, subtopics and notes are the body of the page. At the end of the page, a "Back" hyperlink appears, which you can click to return to the top of the page. You can choose to create a separate web page containing a table of contents. You also can choose to include hidden subtopics and hidden notes in the web page.
1.Open the Inspiration document.
2.On the File menu, choose Export.
3.Click the Web Pages tab.
5.Select from the following options:
▪To create a separate table of contents, select Table of Contents.
▪To include any hidden subtopics in the web page, select Hidden Subtopics.
▪To include any hidden notes in the web page, select Hidden Notes.
7.Select the folder in which to save the web page.
8.Enter a name for the web page, then click Save
Inspiration automatically uses your main idea as the name and assigns the appropriate file extension, but you can change the name.