[thelist] Frames question

John C Bullas jcbullas at nildram.co.uk
Tue Oct 28 01:21:02 CST 2003

At 02:16 28/10/2003, Diane Soini wrote
>I work in a large company with many people of differing skills. Some of 
>these people have almost no knowledge of html at all but their 
>responsibilities include doing a lot of web-based stuff. One person in 
>particular is responsible for html email which she does using Dreamweaver. 
>Although she knows nothing about HTML she is not too bad at making a nice 
>Her latest responsibility is to convert a 250 page Word document for 
>internal employees to view on an intranet. Since the document is so long, 
>and since merely saving the Word document as HTML is not acceptable to 
>her, she wants to re-do this document as web pages using frames. A left 
>frame for the Table of Contents, a top frame for indicating the current 
>chapter, and a main frame for the individual pages.

why bother with HTML? a nicely tagged/linked Adobe PDF document will be 
great, Adobe Acrobat has an excellent "online" help function AND the 
document will run locally without a browser too!


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