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2000\05\18@141137 by Harold M Hallikainen

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       By the way, if there are Word Perfect or Word files out on the web that
you want to view, you can convert them to HTML by preceeding the URL with

       For example, try


On Thu, 18 May 2000 10:34:18 EDT Tim Hamel <spam_OUTTekPhobiaTakeThisOuTspamAOL.COM> writes:
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2000\05\18@142233 by jamesnewton

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Wow! Cool! How are you doing that? Is it shelling out to Word Perfect or
Word and issuing OLE commands to tell it to make the conversion or is there
some third party software that just does it? Can you show me how?

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2000\05\18@162028 by Harold M Hallikainen

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       Moving SEVERELY off topic, but interesting (I think)...
       It's a conversion program that I licensed for use on my FCC Rules site,
since a lot of FCC documents are in Word or Word Perfect. I then wrote a
perl script that calls the conversion program. For more info on the
conversion program (WP2HTML), go to the end of the converted document and
follow the link (I added) to WP2HTML.
       I thought it was pretty neat... and I really needed it! I wrote the perl
script that generates the files for CiteSearch (for example, go to , then hit
CiteSearch at the bottom of the page). CiteSearch goes through about
35,000 files at, looks for citations of rules and
forms links to those citations. These links to citations are put in files
(one file per rule section) with the context of the cite (40 words before
and after the cite) and a link to the document. The link to the document
scrolls the browser window to that location (thank you Java Script). So,
I needed WP2HTML to generate the index files (otherwise my script
couldn't read the WP and DOC files), and to link back to the original
       My next project is word and phrase searching...


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