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Verrrrry sneaky, Mr. David M. Brown, the way you slip in a link to your
product. OK, so I'm pretty darn interested in this. Let me guess... some
sort of perl script that parses META tags? We used something like that
at a previous company. It worked great. Well, I'm not about to write
something like that myself, so consider me a possible future customer.
Unless... has anyone else on the list heard of any comercially-available
HTML indexers? I need one. My choices are to either use RoboHTML and
hand build an index with drag and drop, or use RoboHelp and deal with
their sub-optimal HTML formatting.