Offtopic: software filter
troyd at pobox.com
Thu Dec 2 12:35:41 EST 1999
Rodney J. Decker wrote:
> Sorry I didn't catch the original request. There is a web site that has
> such filters available with instructions on how they may be used.
Good find, Rod.
Michael, given what Rod has found, if you want to convert from
WordPerfect to something newer, I would suggest checking out the
Star Office suite, which is freely available for Linux and other
platforms. It can read and write bazillions of different doc
The various formats that Star Office can handle can be viewed at:
Best of all, the software's free.
> >Michael Holmes wrote:
> >>A colleague has a large document (English + Greek) in the ChiWriter word
> >>processor format. Does anyone know of a filter that will convert his files
> >>into a more current word processor format?
> >Mike (and others in a similar situation):
> >James Ernest, who ofttimes contributes to this list, of Hendrickson
> >Publishers, wrote just such a filter for a tome that HP published. You may
> >be able to coax him to allow you'all to have it.
Troy DeJongh http://pobox.com/~troyd
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