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Text2Web Pro (Free)
Version 2.3.1 - released 29 August 2005
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  Text2Web - Frequently Asked Questions:


  1. Does Text2Web work with RTF, Word, Excel or Access formats?

  2. Can Text2web handle batch processing?

  3. Can I use wildcards for batch conversion?

  4. I have about 700000 files and I want to convert them over to html. Will Text2Web do this in an automated batch file or from the command line?

  5. Do you have a 16-bit (Windows 3.1) version of this utility?

  6. Is this application available as a component?

  7. Is the source code available?

  8. Text2Web does not seem to be able to cope with very large text files. What is the maximum size it can cope with?



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1. Does Text2Web work with RTF, Word, Excel or Access formats?
No. Only plain text.

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2. Can Text2web handle batch processing?
Yes, you can run it from the command line or from a batch file. Refer to the help file for details.

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3. Can I use wildcards for batch conversion?
You can easily achieve this by inserting the following line in a batch file:
	for %file in (%1) do text2web.exe %file  
Then run the batchfile thus:
	batchfile *.*  (or any other wildcard combination)  


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4. I have about 700000 files and I want to convert them over to html. Will Text2Web do this in an automated batch file or from the command line?
Yes. Text2Web imposes no limits of its own. The only limits are resources on your system.

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5. Do you have a 16-bit (Windows 3.1) version of this utility?
Sorry, no - and there are no plans for it either.

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6. Is this application available as a component?
No. An ActiveX Control was made available in the past but this has been discontinued. You may still be able to get a copy from some repository, but it is now unsupported.

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7. Is the source code available?
Sorry, no. But if you need a customized version, my rates are very reasonable.

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8. Text2Web does not seem to be able to cope with very large text files. What is the maximum size it can cope with?
Text2Web does not impose any limit on the size of the file. The limits are those imposed by your system. A large file may take a long time to get processed but it WILL get procesed, given enough time. One user has reported that a 500KB file took nearly 10 minutes on a Pentium 166 system. During this time the application may seem to be "frozen" but is, in fact, working away.

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