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Subject:HTML From:David McMurrey IBM <davidm -at- AUSTIN -dot- IBM -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 1 Feb 1994 09:25:24 -0600
Steven, thanks for the info on HTML. I had assumed it was a set of
conventions for hypertext markup but toward the end of your note
you mention freeware. Is emacs texinfo the freeware? I'd like to get
a look at that.
I have a text of about 300 pages I'd like to put into hypertext. I've
played around with Asymetrix ToolBook and like it a lot for other uses,
but for hypertext I think you have to design every page.
David A. McMurrey (512) 838-7939
IBM--Technical editor Austin Community College
davidm -at- austin -dot- ibm -dot- com Instructor, Technical Writing