http://www.convertzone.com/ is but one that I have come across
From: Jens Lusebrink [EMAIL-REMOVED]]
Sent: Thu 06/11/2003 09:15
To: Jason Kohls
Cc: Geoff Bowers; [EMAIL-REMOVED]
Subject: Re: [cms-list] Cutting and Pasting from Word?!
Jason Kohls wrote:
>We used HTML Transit for years but we had to implement a strict document
>authoring/structuring policy throughout our organizations -- heading 1,
>heading 2, paragraphs etc. -- to ensure structural integrity of the
>documents. Transit actually parses through a Word document, converting it
>to HTML of your choice, specified in the HTML Transit template designer. A
>bit clumsey of an interface and I don't believe they're in business anymore.
Well, Transit is now distributed by Avantstar (www.avantstar.com) and
available as Version7. Don't know how old your version is.
From my opinion, there is still no other way to offer companies the
ability to reuse existing content to convert to HTML, XML or even WML.
If there's another tool on the market, I would like to know. But be
careful, if anyone's offering Office to HTML conversion, ask if they use
the InSo-Filters. That is licensed technology from Avantstar, too.
please trim your posts.