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Microsoft has a fairly good Excel-to-HTML converter. You can download it
BellSouth Applied Technologies
At 07:49 AM 8/24/96 -0700, joanne grey wrote:
>The company I work for is in the process of converting all of our
>documents to HTML. We're using Web Works Publisher for the Frame Maker
>docs, but there are some Excel files that need to be converted.
>Has anyone used a good Excel-to-HTML converter for Windows 95/NT that
>they'd be willing to recommend? It's a relatively minor issue right now,
>but can see it becoming a bigger one for us in the near future.
>Joanne Grey Senior Technical Writer
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