2 TEX-controlled file naming
Names of the output files are now generated by the TEX macros. While the file naming is almost identical to that of TeXpider 1.0, the new scheme allows much more flexibility. The following conventions govern the choice of the names of the emitted files:
- The first file has the original name of input file, (for instance - document), and can be referred through the symbolic macro \htmlfirstfilename
- The subsequent files have the name which consist of the first three letters of the original name plus 5 digits of the sequential number, for instance:
 _doc00001.htm, doc00002.htm, ...

- At all times there are the symbolic macros \htmlprevfilename, \htmlcurfilename, and \htmlnextfilename which define correspondingly the names of the previous file, the current file, and the next file.
- the name of the last file is given in the \htmllastfilename macro.
- The calling convention for the frames is slightly different. The files that contain the HTML <FRAMESET...> commands (HTML requires this command to be placed into a separate file use the following pattern for names:
NNNDDDDF
where NNN - the first three letters of the original name, DDDD - a four-digit sequential number, and the F letter stands for ``frame.'' (example: doc0001f.htm). Notice that the frameset file names form a sequence disjoint from the sequence of the ``ordinary files.''
! All these conventions are defined in the macros in the export.sty file and can be modified by the user.