- Multi Code to HTML - utility
Multi Code to HTML - utility
19 Feb. 1999 15:16:36 (References to
templates in certain paths removed; trial to handle possibly missing HTML Markup
10.Feb.1999 16:01:45! (Now you can choose if you want to convert Heading
styles to <H> elements if you are not creating a ToC.)
Do you use MS Word for Windows 97 (i.e. Word 8)?
Do you want to publish structured and possible large documents in WWW as
Do you want that your footnotes (or endnotes) will be converted to HTML with
back and forth links?
Do you want to use Word's great outline tools and use Heading styles?
Do you want that there were a Table of contents in your HTML document with back
and forth links to headings?
Do you want to decide whether all parts (table of contents, chapters, footnotes)
of your document will be in one file, or in different files and will the main page
be with frames or not?
If you have installed the basic HTML functionality to your Word (there is "Save as
HTML..." menu and "HTML document" alternative in the "Save as type:" list of the
"Save as..." dialogue) then you can try my Multi Code to HTML - utility.
This utility is a macro project that you can install to your Word as follows:
(word template file)
Save it in to your Word start-up directory ( or template directory or somewhere else)
If you saved to start-up directory it should be available when you start Word next time
If not then go to menu Tools -> Templates and Add-Ins... and push Add button and browse for
and select multicod.dot
Now there should be a menu item: "Multi Code to HTML..." in File menu. Just push it ...
NOTE: If you code a document in many parts (divided from headings)
then you should make a new directory and point it as destination. (this can be
done with Browse dialogue of the main Multi Code dialogue. Browse dialogue is
similar with default Save as... dialogue.) The utility will create separate files
and name them according to your chosen destination. (It varies the end of the name.
It uses 8.3 names: xxxxxxxx.htm.) It will never delete itself the files it created
but it will overwrite without warnings the old files with similar names.
You may try and use the utility with your own responsibility. I offer no guarantees!!!
I have tested it and there should be nothing dangerous in it (except the overwrites) -
but no guarantee. I hope you will tell me your experiences, problems, ideas and
other comments related to this little utility: firstname.lastname@example.org. I HOPE IT VERY MUCH!!! (it is low price...)