On Sun, 2004-10-10 at 20:38 +0100, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> On Sunday 10 October 2004 18:58, Proinnsias Breathnach wrote:
>> > If so - the easiest way is to write it up as a html file ... save with a
> > .doc extension et voila ! - Your windows-using colleagues will be able
> > to open it in word, and as long as your html is reasonably rendered, it
> > should show up as a regular word table !
>> Thanks for the suggestion -
> but actually I don't think this is going to a human being,
> it's being read by a machine,
> so I need go imitate the present form exactly.
In that case you will need to get it into a .doc, so you would need to
use something like Open Office
comma delimited files are of no use to you, as word doesn't know what to
do with them, so I would sincerely doubt that anything automated would
want to know about them either
Mr Michele Neylon
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