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Can anyone provide information about the cheapest,
easiest way to convert IBM Script documents to
something usable on a PC or MAC (MIF, RTF, HTML, DOC,
We're looking at converting a number of legacy
documents (again, for those of you who remember this
from the last abortive attempt) from the MVS system to
something on a personal computer. Preserving formatting
isn't a big deal and we'd probably even settle for
something that just stripped the tags and gave us a
text file. Cheap is the key, but I'm interested in
hearing about any options out there.
ejray -at- okway -dot- okstate -dot- edu