|WebExe will convert a single HTML page, or group of pages, into a standalone self-running EXE file with an integrated browser. Users are given full control of the browser's attributes, functionality and behavior.|
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:13|
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|OS||Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista|
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WebExe converts a single HTML page, or group of pages, into one single, self-running EXE file with an integrated browser.
Using this technology, manuals, product-catalogs, price lists, e-zines and so much more, can easily be produced in a compact, easily viewed format.
WebExe includes a detailed Help system and an electronic assistant, to guide you through all stages, right up to the creation of your output file, making WebExe an easy to use, enjoyable experience.
For example, you can set the size of the browser window, the appearance of the menu bars, restrict functionality, such as printing and copying from your file, and much more besides.
Your output file creation is a simple process. Starting from a single HTML file, all embedded graphics, sounds and linked pages are compiled into one single file. This way the complete collection, or website, is worked through systematically with all files being collected and additionally compressed using the ZIP algorithm.
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