RE: Word to HTML

Subject: RE: Word to HTML
From: "Paula Flanders" <pflanders -at- vicinity -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2000 13:25:06 -0500

Thanks to everyone who offered suggestions for my Word 2000 to HTML
conversion problems. Using your suggestions I've solved some of my most
immediate problems and have gathered a lot of information to use to gain
support for a comprehensive plan. Several people mentioned the need to learn
HTML and produce web documents directly. I probably should have mentioned
that I am in the process of doing that, but as a background project. And, I
can't dump Word entirely because some of the documentation I produce (such
as technical sales documentation) is intended to be used in a printed form
and supplied to prospective customers by the sales force in appropriate
situations. Project proposals (which have to be signed off on by upper
management and specific engineering groups) is an area where Word is
preferred by upper management, but the engineers would like HTML. On the
other hand, many of the technical procedures I'm documenting probably only
need to exist in HTML. So, I have at least three sets of standards. I think
I'm making progress on explaining this to people within the company though.

Paula Flanders

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