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WordToWeb 2.0
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WordToWeb 2.5 includes a number of new features, enhancements and refinements. Major changes are listed below:

New Features in WordToWeb 2.5

  • Dynamic HTML Collapsible Table of Contents (TOC). This optional feature lets users of Internet Explorer 4.0 or later expand and contract the table of contents. Although the TOC is dynamic only in IE, it will display properly (fully expanded) in Netscape and other browsers.

  • New Navigation Bars give your webpages a more up-to-date look than the navigation buttons included in earlier versions of WordToWeb. Navigation bars are customizable so you can change the color to match you web site design.

New Features in WordToWeb 2.0

  • Master Page Support. Master pages let you design a template in any HTML editor and then automatically generate an HTML publication which uses that template. With master pages, you can automatically create publications which with virtually any HTML formatting/layout. They are a great way to produce content which conforms to your existing website or intranet design.

  • CSS/JavaScript Support. You can now insert Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) definitions or JavaScript code in the <HEAD> sections of each page created by WordToWeb. You can also automatically remove all font formatting applied by Microsoft Word, so that your publications can be designed to use CSS exclusively.

  • Batch/Command Line Conversion. WordToWeb 2.0 allows you to batch-convert multiple projects/documents and run WordToWeb from the command line. (Requires Word 97 or later.)

  • Extensible Interface. WordToWeb 2.0 allows end users or system integrators/VARs to add custom conversion functionality to WordToWeb by writing code in WordBasic/VBA, or in Perl, C/C++ or other languages.

  • Heading/Outline Numbering Preservation. If you are using Word 97, heading/outline numbering can now be easily preserved in your documents. (If you are using Word 95, you can preserve heading numbering by first saving the document in Word 2.0 format.)

  • Microsoft HTML Help Support. You can use WordToWeb to automatically create compiled HTML Help systems for use as application help files or as stand-alone documentation systems. You can also use the HTML Help Java applet or ActiveX control to provide an expanding/collapsing table of contents, keyword index, and other features for HTML publications posted on your website or intranet.

  • General enhancements, include dozens of refinements throughout the product, including the ability to remove font, bold and italic formatting applied by Microsoft Word, improved control over the conversion of tables, the ability to add multiple source documents at once, better support for converting text in frames/text boxes, and much more!


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