Re: Word to RoboHelp (WebHelp) Question
I found the following on an ancillary page with the Tidy installer:
If you aren't comfortable with the command line you can try out HTMLTrim
or TidyUI. If you want a full web IDE tsWebEditor and TopStyle Pro both
have Tidy integrated in them.
I have used TopStyle Pro in the past for my cascading style sheets
(can't recommend it highly enough), so I will go and grab a copy of that
and try it.
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