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Subject:HTML Transit for Conversions From:Eric Ray <ejray -at- IONET -dot- NET> Date:Tue, 18 Jun 1996 09:33:55 PDT
I too have no connection with HTML Transit, but can very
highly recommend it. It's just outstanding. When I evaluated
all the conversion packages I could find in late fall,
it was worlds better than Webmaker or anything else.
It will convert MIF, DOC, 'Leaf, and almost anything else you
throw it at. You can determine which heading levels are broken
out as new documents, where TOC and navigational links appear,
and almost anything else.
Best of all, you establish the map file--that controls all the
settings -- only once and save it. If you use consistant
templates/styles, you'll be able to just send each finished
document through Transit and have a pretty darn good document.
You probably won't get anything you'd want as a commercial
home page, but for documentation, intranet use, or back pages
within a site, it's great.
No connection with the product, but I REALLY like it.
--- On Tue, 18 Jun 1996 09:13:00 PDT Kent Newton <kentn -at- METRIX-INC -dot- COM> wrote:
>I've never used it, but I've read about a product called HTML Transit
>HTML Transit is released by InfoAccess (formerly OWL International). For
>more information, you can contact InfoAccess at:
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