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Subject:Re: Converting Word to Frame From:"Wayne J. Douglass" <wayned -at- VERITY -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 17 Jan 1997 10:00:54 -0800
At 11:37 AM 1/17/97 -0500, Laurie Brooke Adams wrote:
>The challenge enters when I have to take these documents created in Word and
>convert them to Frame so that they can be put on CD and the external web doc-
>umentation site. The conversion, at least the attempts *I* have made (and
>of my predecessors) isn't easy, or pretty. It has driven the Knowledge
>(primary documentation group) to use Frame and skip Word.
Why convert to Frame simply to put info on a CD? Are you using Frame Viewer
to display docs?
A simpler technique would be to convert to HTML. There are numerous tools to
convert from either Word or Frame to HTML (we do it all the time).
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