There isn’t one.
Sailwave generates HTML (web page format) and loads that into your web browser using the Publish menu and you can then print what you see from there.
There are other publishing options that enable you to publish to files, websites and blogs etc.
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I am trying to publish results in Chrome Web Browser. Responds with Shell Execute() error code 31. Any ideas? Thanks.
Whenever I try to publish I get the same error.
I’m running it on windows 8 on a new computer. It would be great if someone could help me with this.
code 31 is from Windows – it means there is no application associated with .htm files. Sailwave generates .htm files and the app that opens them is usually your browser.
Try using the option to save to your computer – save to say your desktop and then double-click on the .htm file produced by Sailwave – Does it open in your browser. If not right-click on it and select the option to choose from a list and choose your browser if it’s there. If it’s not there choose the option to browse for an app and try and find your browser that way. If it does optn try the publish to browser method again.
Alternatively go into your browser and try and find the options that associate it with .htm files as the default application…
Bottom line its a windows thing – you need to get your browser associated with .htm files.