CyberArticle Quick Start

  1. Save web pages
  2. View saved web pages
  3. Where are web pages saved
  4. Import files
  5. Export documents

1: Save web pages

When you are viewing web pages in IE (or a web browser based on IE), If you want to save the web page being viewed,  right click on the web page, select "CyberArticle: Save Current Page" and then a dialog will be displayed as the following:
Click "OK", so as to save the current web page with CyberArticle.
Right click on a node and select "New Folder" in the popup menu, so as to create a new folder.

2: View saved web pages

Open CyberArticle and Folders window  will be displayed.  In here click the corresponding article node you need, so as to view your saved web pages.

3: Where are web pages saved

Your saved web pages are stored in CyberArticle books.   A CyberArticle book is normally a database file.  Book files are usually saved in "My Documents\MyBooks" folder.
When using CyberArticle for the first time, CyberArticle will create a book named as "CyberArticle Sample Book" automatically.  This book will be saved in  "My Documents\My Books" and the file name of the book is Sample.xbook.
Web pages as well as all the related resources contained in web pages such as images, Flash & etc. will be saved in books by CyberArticle. 
With respect to books in Microsoft Access database (the default format in CyberArticle), if you want to backup your data, you only need to backup your book file (*.xbook)

4: Import files

CyberArticle can also manage other files, such as text, office documents(*.doc, *.ppt, *.xls), pdf files.  In Windows Explorer, find and select the files you want to import, right click on them, select   "Send To->CyberArticle", and then the files will be imported into a CyberArticle book.

5: Export documents

You can export documents in CyberArticle as files, or make e-Books (EXE, CHM, Eclipse Help).