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Cross-posted to get the widest audience of HTML wizards:
We need to make a large group of PowerPoint presentations available on an
intranet. Office 97's HTML engine is less than satisfactory, and
hand-coding, except for minor tweaks, is not feasible. Office 2000's HTML
engine makes a truly seamless and pixel-perfect translation for IE4, but
Netscape 4-compatible, which they must be for our environment. Has anyone
in such a situation developed a satisfactory method of accommodating
Netscape, preferably while still accommodating IE?
What, exactly, must be done? Because replies are likely to be longish,
please reply off-list, and I'll post a compendium.
John_F_Renish -at- notes -dot- seagate -dot- com, San Jose, California, USA
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