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jnelm
(stranger )
08/27/02 04:26 PM
Do I have to use a template?  

I usually write my descriptions an html editor and then post the html into the listing form on Ebay. I decided to try listing auctions using AW2000 to save time. I'd like to use the html from my old auctions. The problem I'm having is that when I paste the html into AW2000 description box and click on preview template my html gets messed up because AW2000 adds font tags and other stuff. I tried making a new template but there isn't a way to make a totally blank one. Any ideas? Thanks!



chinacat
(stranger )
08/27/02 06:47 PM
Re: Do I have to use a template? new [re: jnelm]  

You don't have to use a template. If you have a template selected, click on the template box and hit the delete key to get rid of it. I have my auction profiles set up with no default template, and I paste my html into the description box and everything works great.



AuctionWizardAdministrator
(Auction Wizard Team)
08/29/02 10:20 AM
Re: Do I have to use a template? new [re: jnelm]  

The Auction Wizard 2000 help file has information on creating listings entirely in HTML code. Look for "Descriptions,Using HTML" in the help index.

-- The Auction Wizard Team


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