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HTML Conversion Tools

Now here's the bad news: He's assigned the project to you to make sure it gets done, and you've got about 800 company documents in Microsoft Word, WordPerfect, and MS Write format to put up on the new site. You're an HTML pro, so you know what a hassle it's going to be to put in all those tags; what's more, you need a consistent document style. What you could really use is a product that can import the most common word processing documents and convert them to HTML according to the style you set. In this issue, we'll take a look at three such products, put them to the test, and let you know how they rate. Each of the HTML converters reviewed is capable of converting the most popular word processing formats into HTML documents. They enable you to create your own style or use a default style to create the HTML code, and they will import graphics files and convert them to Internet-friendly GIF and JPEG formats. All three will generate a hyperlinked table of contents for your pages, giving visitors an easy way to navigate around your site. I tested the software on a 120 MHz 686-based system with 16 MB of RAM, running Windows 95, and using Microsoft Write, Excel, and Word 7.0 documents.


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