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Yes I have used Internet Assistant for 95 and, while it is a great
improvement over the previous version, it is still VERY lacking in
features. You can edit the HTML code directly in the View Source window,
but this is no different than using Notepad. When you convert Word
documents to HTML, IA inserts all sorts of unnecessary font codes and
frequently misinterprets the original document, creating strange changes
in fonts. Does a pretty good job with tables, though.
I don't like it because it does not allow you to use a template you have
already designed, and convert (or create) text into this. However, by
the end of the year, I have read, MS will have support for style sheets
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