From: Will Macdonald <wfm@ma...> - 2002-11-05 10:20:30
I have just started using wvware and found it to be great. I have a coup=
I am mostly using the program to convert word to text.
Is it possible to name the images that are extracted after the name of th=
original word file ? eg wordfile.doc will have images called wordfile-1.j=
wordfile-2.jpg & wordfile-3.jpg.
If not is it possible to tell wvare to not extract the images at all ?
From: F J Franklin <F.J.F<ranklin@sh...> - 2002-11-06 13:35:35
On Tue, 5 Nov 2002, Will Macdonald wrote:
> Is it possible to name the images that are extracted after the name of the
> original word file ? eg wordfile.doc will have images called wordfile-1.jpg,
> wordfile-2.jpg & wordfile-3.jpg.
I've forgotten the details, but wvWare has a --basename option that I
think determines image names.
> If not is it possible to tell wvare to not extract the images at all ?
With wv-0.7.4 you should be able to use --nographics to suppress images.
Earlier versions have --nographics1.
Francis James Franklin
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