Pagemaker to HTML
cthrashe at freenet.edmonton.ab.ca
Tue Jul 22 11:48:06 EDT 1997
Another option, rather than Pagemaker's cumbersome HTML conversion utility,
is PDF. Pagemaker 6.0 (or later) ships with Adobe Distiller which converts
Pagemaker files (or any Postscript files, I think) rather seemlessly to
Abobe PDF format. PDF transfers over the web quite well, but the end user
must have the freely available Adobe Acrobat viewer to view the PDF files.
- Chris Hammond-Thrasher
J. Lee wrote:
>Camille Del Vecchio wrote:
>> We produce a paper flyer using Pagemaker with information on
>> our programs
>> and would like to take these files and insert it as painlessly as
>> possible onto our webpage. Any ideas on how to covert a pagemaker
>> to HTML?
>> "My method is to take the utmost trouble to find the right thing to
>> say, and then to say it with the utmost levity." G.B. Shaw
>> Camille DelVecchio
>> Penfield Public Library
>> 1985 Baird Road
>> Penfield, NY 14526
>> 716 383-0500
>Starting with PageMaker 6.0, there is an HTML conversion utility
>included with PageMaker. But while this utility was somewhat cumbersome
>in PageMaker 6.0, it seems to be much more easy to use and yielding
>better results in PageMaker 6.5. However, I did not use it intensively:
>I just made a couple of tries with it.
Chris Hammond-Thrasher BA (hons.), MLIS (cand.)
LGS Group Inc.
2650 Metropolitan Place
10303 Jasper Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T5J 3N6
Phone: 403 421 8010
Fax: 403 421 8077
Email: chammond at lgs.ca
The opinions expressed are my own.
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