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Subject:Re: HTML --> Frame From:Howard Gershen <howard -at- BOXHILL -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 30 Jan 1995 11:52:10 -0500
To: Nancy Hoft
Web browsers can print HTML docs out as PostScript (this solves your
client's desire for hardcopy), and this PostScript could then be imported
into FrameMaker docs for saving and printing--no pain. And if you can create
a macro or shell script or something that could snarf the contents of a URL
directly into a Frame doc, you've got it made.