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I have a 1100 page Word document all set to go to the printer. We've
had a request for it in HTML. (Not to be actually put on the web, but as
a cheap, viewable format for electronic publishing - seems there are
HTML viewers for just about every OS.)
At the moment, whether this is right or wrong doesn't matter, I just need
a quick and dirty way to do it.
The Word style sheet that we've used is very basic. There are a couple
tables but I can change them if I must.
Thoughts on tools?
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