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Import Markdown files into a project

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Learn how you can import Markdown files and convert them into HTML topics in your project.

Import a Markdown file

To import the Markdown file in your current project, follow these steps:

  1. In the Contents panel, do one of the following:

    • Select the desired folder in which you want to import the Markdown (.md) file. Then, select File > Import > Markdown File.
    • Right-click the desired folder or click  against it and select Import > Markdown File.
  2. In the Open dialog box, select the Markdown file you want to import and click Open. The selected file is imported as a topic (.htm) inside your project folder.

  3. The HTML version of the selected Markdown file is generated and added as a topic in the selected folder. If you don't choose a folder while importing, the Markdown file is imported as a root-level topic in the Contents panel.

    Nota:

    The Markdown file should have a .md  or .markdown extension.

    Nota:

    You can select and import multiple files at the same time. While importing multiple Markdown files, the links and cross-references do not break in the imported HTML files.

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