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Re: Need Help: How to put big documents on the Web

From: Henry Thorpe <thorpe@casp2.ho.att.com>
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 1997 18:32:17 -0500 (EST)
Message-Id: <9701142332.AA06147@casp2.ho.att.com>
To: r.vai@fstsf.it (Vai Roberto)
Cc: www-talk@www10.w3.org

I suggest using Adobe Acrobat PDF format, with the byte-server
extensions for your Web server.  The viewer is freely available.

See http://www.adobe.com/acrobat/main.html


Vai Roberto originally wrote:
> Hello,
> I need to put on Internet / Intranet big documents (even more then 100
> pages long) that will be read and also printed by the users.
> I'm looking for some tools (or rules) that can be useful in structuring
> and editing those documents to reach the following objectives:
> *	Be able to split the document in more Web pages.
> *	Automatic generation of table of contents and related links to
> all the pages and to each intra-page heading.
> *	Automatic insertion in the document of useful intra-page links
> to give the possibility to the reader to go directly to the next or
> previous chapter avoiding to scroll many pages.
> *	Easy updating of the fixed parts that are present in all the Web
> pages  belonging to the same document (Updating of Logos, Copyright
> string, etc..).
> *	Easy downloading (by a single request) of all the pages that are
> members of the same document.
> *	Pretty document print-out, as close as possible to the quality
> we can achive by the mean of an word processor.
> Thanks in advance for your interest in my questions.
> Roberto Vai

Henry E. Thorpe (908-949-1615/6604)
AT&T WorldNet Hosting Planning and Development, Content Operations
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Received on Tuesday, 14 January 1997 18:31:58 UTC

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