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Allows you to control various aspects of the presentation including

  

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whether to optimise the presentation for searching. This causes a small database of all the page titles and keywords to be built at compile time. This results in a slightly larger presentation that takes slightly longer to compile (although on a fast PC you may not notice it). However, at execution time  searching for keywords and page titles can be significantly quicker because it is then not necessary for each page to be decompressed and analysed, which can be time-consuming.
    the Target Frame Name to use if a page is found during a search operation and the current document contains Frames. See the FAQ for more details about this.
Whether the compiled presentation can search externally for data if it cannot find it internally (i.e. if it hasn't been "compiled in"). Check the "Permit External Access" box if you want to enable this behaviour. When enabled, if the referenced item (for example, a reference like <IMG SRC=image.jpg>) isn't found internally, then it will try to fnd it outside the executable, relative to where the executable is. In this case it would look for the file image.jpg in the same directory as the executable. Be careful if you enable this option, you can test your executable while images are external to it, it looks like it works, then you ship the executable without the associated images and it doesn't.
Whether your presentation uses Font Embedding (the ability to ship Font Objects with your presentation, so the user will see your presentation the way you intended, even if he doesn't have the fonts you specify installed permanently on his system). Checking this box will allow WebCompiler presentations to use embedded fonts. You should only check this box if you do intend to use embedded fonts, because it will cause the compile process to be a little slower. See the Embedding Fonts topic for more detailed information.
Whether you are supplying an external Help File that you want the user to be able to access. Selecting this option enables the "Contents" item on the Help Menu in the compiled presentation, and you need to specify the name of the Help File in the box provided. WebCompiler looks for that Help File relative to the directory where the presentation is running from.

 

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