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RE: [xml-doc] Re: Framemaker / Open office ?

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  • David Cramer (Tech Pubs)
    This page lists tools that convert various formats, including Word, to docbook: http://wiki.docbook.org/topic/ConvertOtherFormatsToDocBook I just took the
    Message 1 of 4 , Oct 29, 2004
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      This page lists tools that convert various formats, including Word, to docbook: http://wiki.docbook.org/topic/ConvertOtherFormatsToDocBook

      I just took the liberty of adding the Exegenix link below to that page.

      David

      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: lorax1284 [mailto:ryan@...]
      > Sent: Friday, October 29, 2004 8:24 AM
      > To: xml-doc@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: [xml-doc] Re: Framemaker / Open office ?
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      > --- In xml-doc@yahoogroups.com, "fridasandgren" <fridasandgren@y...>
      > wrote:
      > > The documents I've been working on are
      > > written in a word-template and I would like to have them in docbook.
      >
      > Hello Frida; I am Product Manager at a company called Exegenix. Our
      > technology converts into DocBook-based XML any file that can be
      > printed to PostScript. That is, our input data format is PostScript
      > (or PDF), and if you have Word documents, it's a simple matter of
      > doing a "print-to-file" operation from within Word (or OpenOffice) to
      > generate a PostScript file. (A simple Word script can be put together
      > to print a batch of files automatically if you have many to print)
      >
      > If you care to try our conversion technology for free, visit
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      > http://www.exegenix.com/resources/conversion/printingpdf.html
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      > for instructions and links to downloads (the free Adobe Distiller
      > installer and driver pack) for creating PostScript files, then click
      > the "Try it FREE" link on our Website to submit a sample document for
      > conversion.
      >
      > Usually, for a sample, we recommend a document of 10 to 30 pages, and
      > NOT a table of contents (which, during conversion, is typically
      > discarded, regenerated at publish time).
      >
      > If you find it easer, just send a Word file directly, and in the
      > comments space provided, mention that you posted on xml-doc, and I'll
      > see to it personally.
      >
      > Sincerely
      > Ryan Germann
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