Subject: Re: [xsl] Generating real end notes that can be read by MS Word, including utf-8. Is RTF the way?|
From: "Joe Fawcett" <joefawcett@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 6 May 2006 08:02:26 +0100
The editor has to have my article in MS Word, and the end notes have to be MS Word real notes.
I have been using xslt to make nice html formatted notes (thanks to xsl-list help), which is more or less readable by MS Word, even though the notes are not true notes, just formatted to look that way. But now I need to make those live MS Word notes.
Is RTF the best way? If so, is there a good guide or tutorial on the web? I have very simple formatting, and would really like to not get too involved with RTF, and everything seems a little too complicated.
Also, I think that the way to go from my diacritic rich xml to RTF is to ask for ascii output in <xsl:output ..> and then convert (with perl or so) the entities that result to the RTF escaped unicode. Is that correct?
David Riggs, Kyoto
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