Internet Assistant for Word
tdowling at ohiolink.ohiolink.edu
Wed Mar 6 13:57:32 EST 1996
I think Microsoft put it out on a "We don' need no
steenking documentation!" basis. FWIW, I thinks it
is a little charitable to called Internet Assistant's
output "HTML". True, it creates a text file with HTML
tags in it which many browser will understand, but it's a
far cry from an intelligent tool to convert the structure
of your document into HTML.
tdowling at ohiolink.edu
From: E. Holtsmark[SMTP:holtsm at blue.weeg.uiowa.edu]
Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 1996 1:33 PM
To: Multiple recipients of list
Subject: Internet Assistant for Word
Does anyone out there in cyberspace use this tool, Internet Assistant for
Word? I've downloaded it and am trying to figure it out. Does anyone
know where free documentation is available? The online Help is very limited.
I appreciate your assistance.
School of Library & Information Science, MA candidate (May 1996)
The University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA 52242
eva-holtsmark at uiowa.edu
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