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Subject:DOS to word 7 conversion From:deborah madden <demadden -at- LYNX -dot- DAC -dot- NEU -dot- EDU> Date:Wed, 14 Aug 1996 09:43:04 -0400
hi, all --
i'm posting this for a internet-challenged friend, so please e-mail your
responses directly to me and i'll collect them for him.
here's the dilemma: he's trying to plan for a big doc conversion in his
department. they've produced their documentation using DOS 6 and now
want to convert it to word 7, create on-line help and HTML files. i
suggested using robohelp for the online and HTML, but i'm not sure about
the DOS to word 7 conversion.
can anyone suggest a tool that would convert the DOS files to word 7
relatively simply and quickly? (is this asking a lot?) and please
forgive me if you've beaten this topic to a pulp already. i'm an
intermittent peruser, but an ardent fan of this group.
thanks a bunch!
deborah (for dave baxter)
demadden -at- lynx -dot- neu -dot- edu
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