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Subject:Re: Q: Converting Word Doc to ASCII for E-Mailing From:Dave Walker <walker -at- RANKIN -dot- ASPENTEC -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 22 Oct 1993 17:21:32 EST
On 22 Oct 1993 20:23:59 GMT debbien.llnl.gov (Debbie N.) writes:
>I have a document that is formatted in Word (rather elaborately). The
>information needs to be converted to ASCII and e-mailed to various places.
>Currently, the document is typed with only hypens and caps for formatting
>and then e-mailed. It is then formatted in Word for a nice looking printed
>Has anyone devised an easier/quicker way to do this?
Are you uuencoding for the binary -> ASCII conversion? It's a great way
to send binary info via email.
uuencoders are available on most platforms/OS these days.
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