From: Fernando Cacciola (fcacciola_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-01-22 14:15:11
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From: Ihsan Ali Al Darhi <iad929_at_[hidden]>
Sent: Monday, January 13, 1997 6:44 PM
Subject: Re: [boost] Writing Boost Documentation
> > I've never wrote a HTML document (I'm a MS Word adict!), so I don't have
> > HTML authoring tool.
> > I tried to change some existing docs but my MS Word just crahses as soon
> > I do a few changes!
> You can save your Word document as a HTML file!
Yes, I figured that out.
But in that case I'd had to do it from scratch.
I wouldn't be able to follow the well looking formats already in use.
I didn't want to write the document without a 'boost' look.
> > I also tried to write HMTL code directly, but that was a nightmare... :)
> > Finally, I decided to wait until I grab Front Page or something, which I
> > never did.
> You can do this by visiting www.download.com and there you will find many
> free authoring tools for HTML.
I have a high speed connection here at the office, but I can't sit down and
write this doc here.
At home, a have a dial-up slow connection, so I never dared to download a
But I guess I just can't avoid it anymore, so thanks for the info.
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