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>I'm doing a large tech manual (approx. 225 pgs) for a client who wants me
>to convert it to pages for their Web site. Half of the manual is an
>appendix with multiple tables per page. I've heard that HTML is lacking
>in this area. I have both PC and Mac environments, and own Pagemaker
>(PC/Mac), Frame4 (PC), Word (PC/Mac), and Quark (Mac). I know there are a
>lot of converters/filters out there that work, but have no firsthand
>experience. Can anyone who has experience in this area point me in the
>right direction or give me any advice?
Since you can create hypertext links right in Frame and have them converted
to HTML using a third-party converter, they may be the best way to go.
John San Filippo
Internet: johnsf -at- cts -dot- com
"No man but a blockhead ever wrote, except for money."
- Samuel Johnson, ibid., April 5, 1776