HTML is the default text component in SuperMemo. To be able to use it, you need Internet Explorer. If you want to use the HTML component in incremental reading, you need Internet Explorer 6.0 installed.
There are four ways in which you are most likely to add HTML text to your collection (middle or professional level):
If you want to import an HTML file to an existing HTML component, right-click the HTML component, and choose Import file. Pick the file in the dialog box and choose OK. Your HTML file will be displayed in the HTML component. Import file does not import files linked to by the imported file. However, you can import an entire website located on your hard disk or local network if you use Links : External file on the HTML component menu. In such a case, the HTML file will remain in its original location and retain all relative links.
If you would like to edit an HTML text in your favorite HTML editor, press Ctrl+F9 (or choose Edit : Edit file from the HTML component menu) and your HTML code will open in the HTML editor registered for editing HTML files in Windows.
To preview the HTML in your browser, Ctrl+click the HTML component.
To insert hyperlinks that would point to other elements, registry texts, HTML files, URL addresses on the Internet, registry images, etc. read about the option Insert HTML link (HTML component menu).