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Meaningful XML Conversion from Word, RTF, HTML, Text and PDF?

From: michael <michael@cambridgedocs.com>
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2003 10:53:32 -0500
To: ietf-charsets@iana.org
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Hi,

Are you looking for ways to improve how you convert existing content into XML? 
The CambridgeDocs xDoc Converter allows users to convert existing documents (Microsoft 
Word, RTF, HTML, PDF, Text, etc) into meaningful XML documents ( e.g. DocBook, 
HRXML, RIXML, IRXML, FPML, DAS-XML, NewsML, any custom schemas/DTD’s, etc.).

From a recent Google search I've noticed your involvement with XML, and am sure 
that you understand its power.  I also suspect that you've had some very creative 
ideas on how to employ XML and its related technologies for great impact, and 
that you are also aware of the complexities of any project that attempts to convert 
legacy content into meaningful XML.

Unlocking legacy content for meaningful use in any project can be a very significant 
problem.  The xDoc XML Converter from CambridgeDocs allows organizations to do 
exactly that.  By providing a development environment specifically tailored to 
map contextual content to meaningful DTDs and XML Schemas, and a powerful transformation 
engine that can scale from a single to thousands of documents in a batch, the 
xDoc XML Converter becomes an essential tool in any XML conversion process.

I'd like to direct your attention to 2 items that may be of interest to you. 
 One is a free white paper, "Transforming Unstructured Content into Meaningful 
XML."  I'd also invite you to learn more about CambridgeDocs and to download 
the fully functional evaluation version of the xDoc XML Converter from CambridgeDocs. 
 Our white paper is online at www.cambridgedocs.com/id16.htm? and the xDoc Converter 
is available at www.cambridgedocs.com/id40.htm?.

Please feel free to contact me directly with any questions.

Best regards,

Michael

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Michael Bronder
Product Manager, CambridgeDocs
www.cambridgedocs.com
michael@cambridgedocs.com
office: 617-241-5959
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Received on Monday, 20 January 2003 23:32:58 GMT

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