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As said in the title, the export of the software does not offer a web format (html5 + CSS3)
This could be a very good thing for brochures, documents, books that will only be used on websites.
This format could for example be in the form of a pack containing the index.html page + the CSS3 style page + the multimedia folder containing the images, sounds, videos.
Thank you.
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I don't expect this will happen in the initial release, but you are not the first to request it, and I suspect it could potentially show up at some point in the future.

In the meantime, most modern browsers can display PDF files.

There is no sound/video/interactive support in Publisher right now (other than hyperlinks which were only recently added and still need to be polished a bit).

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