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Subject:word to html or pdf? From:Laurie Little <llittle -at- GSALINK -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 5 Feb 1998 12:21:32 -0500
> Hi everybody
> <pleasantries re first post/wonderful resource/etc. ;-D >
> I've searched the archives, and found threads about converting from
> Word to HTML, and from Word to PDF, but nothing about which route is
> A client wants to put their policy manual on the internet/intranet.
> Their primary focus will be hardcopy, but they also want it to be
> available and searchable online. It's a very simple layout, with short
> sections of Title, Description, and Policy.
> They want to maintain it in Word, with little fuss. I'm not looking
> for tools to use (I've found many good suggestions in the archives),
> rather which route to take (HTML or PDF).
> Any pearls, o wise ones?
> Laurie L. Little
> 416-593-6262 x 533