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I'm writing my Exam Part II in MS Words, where I paste in my UML pictures. I then do save as html page. Then my deliverabled will be one index.html file and a subfolder including GIF images and .emz files (don't know what they do though). In the index.html I have header links to all UML Diagrams and all my other headers.

If I wrap all these files in a jar file will that do as deliverables?

Don't want to fail due to bad deliverables.

Thanks for your reply!
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Try to save it as a filtered HTML type (As you are using MS word) and try to open and navigate the index.html in browsers other than IE (like Firefox).
 
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I suggest not to put anything in MS-Word some time it is not showing up correctly in Star Office. May be the Sun guys are using there own office suit
 
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