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Subject:Converting various formats to HTML From:"Shannon Kelly (by way of pichler -at- zedat -dot- fu-berlin -dot- de Wolfram W. Pichler)" <shannonk -at- LEHMAN -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 19 Jun 1996 08:48:54 +0200
I'd suggest to use Adobe Pagemill as a general WYSIWYG ease of use HTML
editor (99 US$) for converting any DTP format with the copy/paste method:
copy fom DTP software and paste in Pagemill.
No connection with the product, but I REALLY like it.
>>>Instead of using these HTML convertes, has anyone thought of using anythi=
like a translator to divide the document into chunks of text, add hypertext
links, and basic HTML tags for headlines, paragraphs?<<<
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