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Subject:Re: Converting HTML to Word From:Tracy Boyington <tracy_boyington -at- OKVOTECH -dot- ORG> Date:Wed, 25 Nov 1998 10:09:23 -0600
Of course, as soon as I hit "send" I realized that you actually asked
the opposite of what I thought you did. Isn't it funny how hitting
"send" tends to bring a moment of clarity? Oh well. Day before a holiday
and all that. :-/
> HTML Transit works pretty well, and a trial version is available on
> their website (I don't have the URL, but it shouldn't be too hard to
> find). It's especially effective if you used styles in your Word
> document because it lets you assign specific HTML attributes to Word
> styles (for example, all Header 2 styles could automatically be tagged
> <h2> in your HTML document).