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WordToWeb 2.0
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Sample Publications Created with WordToWeb 2.5

These sample HTML publications were created completely automatically from a Microsoft Word source document using WordToWeb. No manual HTML editing of any kind has been done on these pages.

All of these examples were created from the WordToWeb user's manual. This is a 58-page Word document which includes graphics, a table of contents, index and numerous cross references.

The source document for the user's guide is included with the evaluation version of WordToWeb, so you can try the conversion yourself.

To demonstrate the formatting flexibility of WordToWeb, we have created several different versions of the online manual (these examples will display in a new browser window). All of these examples have been updated to reflect the new features in WordToWeb 2.5:

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Frames Example

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This example is set up to place the table of contents and index in a frame. This format is especially useful for making it easy for users to navigate within longer publications such as manuals.

Here are a few things to notice about this example:

  • WordToWeb automatically created a table of contents (based on headings in the source document) and an index (based on index entries in the Word document). These are placed in the left frame.
  • If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer, you can collapse/expand the table of contents. This optional features uses the DHTML support built into IE 4 or later. In other browsers, such as Netscape, the table of contents will display correctly, but will be fully expanded.
  • WordToWeb has broken the source Word document down into a series of linked HTML pages. Every page has navigation buttons and a signature at the bottom of the page.
  • The hypertext links you see within the pages of the manual were created from Word cross-references.
  • WordToWeb automatically created thumbnail previews of large graphics. You can click on the thumbnail to see the full size picture; this saves download time.

Wide Margin Example

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This example shows how WordToWeb can place the major headings in the left margin as "side bars." This creates an online publication with very attractive formatting.

Also, in this example we have set WordToWeb to add a header with a graphic company logo and publication title at the top of each page.


Master Page Example

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A master page is like a template for your HTML publication. You can design your master page in any HTML editor. When WordToWeb creates your HTML publication, it applies the master page formatting to every HTML page it creates. This makes it easy for you to produce publications which conform to virtually any website design.

In this example, all the elements around the perimeter of the page are defined by the master page. WordToWeb automatically inserts the unique content of each page within the master page design.


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