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This is a very often-used option. It joins consecutive paragraphs together with BR tags, in case the author intended one return to mean a linebreak and two returns to be a new paragraph. In fact if they use Word that way it generates something like this:
<p>Barton Walter Corp.</p>
<p>1820 Dairy Street</p>
<p>Amboy, WA 98010</p>
Enabling this option gives you output more like what you want:
Barton Walter Corp.<br>
1820 Dairy Street<br>
Amboy, WA 98010
Note: This option is applied as the lowest priority. If some paragraphs got transformed to different HTML elements via the HTML options or the Styles tab, they won't be available for merging.
Use this option to convert ASCII quotes, dashes and ellipses to real typography, similar to Gruber's SmartyPants filter. It's most useful for curling your quotes and converting the double hypen to an em dash.
|Em dashes -- not en dashes -- set off a parenthetical thought||Em dashes — not en dashes — set off a parenthetical thought||U+2014|
|What the...||What the…||U+2026|
|Typographer's apostrophe and single 'quotes'||Typographer's apostrophe and single ‘quotes’||U+2018
|"Let the Good Times Roll" by the Cars.||“Let the Good Times Roll” by the Cars.||U+201C
”), symbols like a black star (
★) and Greek characters (
Pseudo styles are "made up" by MangleBracket — they don't derive from any particular character or paragraph formatting in Word, they are more like a general category of elements.
Recovered Headings – These are paragraphs that got promoted to headings because of the criteria you specified on the HTML tab, such as a large font or all uppercase.
Indented – These are paragraphs with a non-zero left margin.
Horizontal Rules – Word has no concept of a horizontal rule, all it has is paragraph border on each of the four sides. For top and bottom borders, MangleBracket converts those to this pseudo style which defaults to a rendering of HR. You can use an alternate rendering though, such as a DIV with inline style to give a border.
Links, Anchors and Images should be self-explanitory.
You only need this if you have relative URLs in your A or IMG tags, so that your links will work and your images will show up in the preview view.
If you do provide a base
href, make sure it's an absolute url to a directory (not a file), such as
Code View is interactive. Hover over an element to see which Style it's using. Click it to select that style in the Styles pane.
Preview is interactive and sharable. Double-click or hover to see which Style is applied. Go to Share This and you'll see the public URL which can be passed around and used by anybody, such as a copy editor or whoever's reviewing and approving.
Getting the source: Either click on the Code View and do Ctrl-A/Ctrl-C (Select All, Copy), or you can save it by clicking the Get Plaintext link in the lower right.