Is a batch export to HTML5 possible?

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Hello,
we have about 200 mmaps here which must be exported to html5.
Is it possible to automate this instead of opening each document and manually export it?
Many thanks in advance,
Rene
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Ary Velstra, Expert Trainer

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I have checked the current functionality.

 Even tried to see if Linked maps and next Combine All,  - so you would have combined 200 maps in to one - , could help you.
 It works, but with 200 maps it may become ONE huge HTML5 file.
Also his may cost you more time than doing it manually.

So no luck sofar
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A Windows - File Explorer -Send To - HTML5 would be a neat function for this.
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Hello,

thank you for the very quick reply :)

My intention is to generate 200 single html files from these 200 maps, not one big file.

Maybe this is possible?

Kind regards,
Rene
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A Wizard would be nice and it should do something like this...

All maps should be located in One Folder in your File Explorer
The Wizard opens the first-next Map/file and does the export, saves the html5 file, close the map/file and repeat until all are done.

This is not possible in  standard MM functionality -as far as I know -

Manually you will spend approx 3-5 minutes per map.
So for your 200 maps, in total between 600 and a 1000 minutes - or 10 to 16 hours.
I will be thinking of you while you are at it ;-)
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:) okay, thank you anyway :)