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Subject:Re: Word Graphics on the Intranet From:Steve Riley <SRILEY -at- BCT-SYSTEMS -dot- CO -dot- UK> Date:Wed, 18 Nov 1998 17:17:24 -0000
One possibility is using an HTML conversion tool
like Weblite or HTML Transit(?). This would do the
conversion for you and you wouldn't need to know
what the original format was.
> I have Word documents with screen shots that were
> originally either BMP or JPEG. We want to start
> putting this documentation on an Intranet site.
> I understand that graphics need to be either JPEG
> or GIF formats for the Intranet/Internet.