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Subject:OS/2 help to Macintosh: tools for conversion? From:Claudia Hunter <claudia_hunter -at- VNET -dot- IBM -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 2 Feb 1995 17:36:08 PST
Dear TECHWR-L Members:
I'm posting this inquiry for a colleague:
Does anyone know of conversion tools that port OS/2 IPF or
Windows RTF help to Macintosh?
He's heard of XVT, which apparently exports to the Mac platform,
but his developers won't be using it (I don't know the reason).
I searched the TECHWR-L archives, but apparently we've only
discussed conversion from Mac to RTF, not the other way.
You can answer me directly, so we don't clog up the list.
If I get any answers, I'll be glad to summarize here.
Thanks in advance,
Claudia M. Hunter
IBM Corp., Santa Teresa Laboratory, 555 Bailey Avenue, San Jose, CA 95141
(518) 371-2739 (remote access from Albany, NY)
Internet: Claudia_Hunter -at- vnet -dot- ibm -dot- com