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Re: Converting large volume of Word documents to HTML
Subject:Re: Converting large volume of Word documents to HTML From:Linda Moore <lhmoore -at- pobox -dot- com> To:Chris Knight <cknight -at- attcanada -dot- ca> Date:Mon, 03 Jul 2000 03:51:02 -0700
I too had to save to buy HTML Transit for $500 but I thought that's OK, because
the upgrades cost only $99. When I went to upgrade I was told the upgrade cost
was $1000. The company was completely unwilling to budge on this. This is the
first time that any software company has increased it prices 10 fold. Needless
to say as a consultant, I will not be upgrading my personal copy nor will I be
recommending this software any longer. Personally, I think InfoAccess has shot
themselves in the foot by this unprecedented move. At least two software mail
order houses have decided not to carry HTML any longer.
Linda Moore & Associates
214 - 342 - 8833