Near-universal file viewer?

Subject: Near-universal file viewer?
From: Matt Ion <soundy -at- SOUNDY -dot- ML -dot- ORG>
Date: Fri, 27 Nov 1998 07:24:39 -0800

The question of reading/viewing/converting file formats between applications
seems to come up here a lot ("How do I load a Word97 file into Wordperfect
5.0?")... just came across this that may be of some interest:

"KeyView Pro 6.0: View, print, compress and convert virtually any file
regardless of the application that created it!"

It's at

Also interesting:

"Verity HTML Export: Make any document on your Internet, intranet or extranet
widely accessible by delivering Web-ready HTML to your users."

Your friend and mine,
<All standard disclaimers apply>
"Reality is in alpha test on protoype hardware."

"So now that the company is losing money pushing NT, I'm sure the
boneheads on Wall Street think it's a stupendous investment. I am
really beginning to feel like I stepped through the looking glass and
landed into Wonderland. Black is White, Rich is Poor, Startup to
Shutdown and NT is Best. Very weird."
- Mark Dodel

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