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Subject:Single Sourcing HTML Followup From:Lee Bumgarner <lee -dot- bumgarner -at- VIRTUS -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 22 Aug 1996 09:43:34 -0400
Based on the responses to my recent query, quite a few word
processor-to-HTML conversion tools exist (many Frame). Thanks for your
Here are my follow-up queries:
(1) Do these conversion tools allow the user to set up a type of document
style or template to be converted to? Say, certain levels of headers,
spacing, etc. Or have you had to go to an editor or a WYSIWYG editor to
create a style more to your liking?
(2) Do these conversion tools have editors for the clean up that invariably
(3) Do these conversion tools have WYSIWYG editors for the clean up that
invariably follows conversion?
(4) Has anyone had any experience dealing with converting programming
source code and done so successfully?
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