Re: [WSG] Making PDF and Word files accessible

2005-06-04 Thread Anders Nawroth
I have good experience with Tidy: http://tidy.sourceforge.net/ /Anders George S. Williams skrev: On Fri, 2005-06-03 at 06:36, Angela Galvin wrote: Secondly, with the Word documents, if there is an easier way to convert them to HTML? I use an open source program, antiword, to

Re: [WSG] Making PDF and Word files accessible

2005-06-04 Thread Hope Stewart
Hi Angela, On 3/6/05 8:36 PM, Angela Galvin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Secondly, with the Word documents, if there is an easier way to convert them to HTML? At the moment I am saving as HTML from Word, taking them into Dreamweaver and using 'Clean up Word HTML'. After that I use 'Find and

Re: [WSG] Making PDF and Word files accessible

2005-06-04 Thread Zulema
Hope Stewart wrote: Hi Angela, I see that your email was sent using Apple Mail. Assuming you are also using Dreamweaver on a Mac, you can try what I do: cut paste the Word doc into AppleWorks. Then either save the AppleWorks doc as html or cut paste from AppleWorks into Dreamweaver.

Re: [WSG] Making PDF and Word files accessible

2005-06-03 Thread Mary Krieger
At 05:36 AM 6/3/2005, you wrote: snip Secondly, with the Word documents, if there is an easier way to convert them to HTML? At the moment I am saving as HTML from Word, taking them into Dreamweaver and using 'Clean up Word HTML'. After that I use 'Find and replace' to strip out all font, span

Re: [WSG] Making PDF and Word files accessible

2005-06-03 Thread designer
Angela Galvin wrote: Hello all, I have the task of adding a bunch of PDF and Word files to a web site I work on, that currently conforms to WAI Priority 1 guidelines. My first question is that if I convert the PDF files to HTML to make them more accessible, am I right in thinking that this

Re: [WSG] Making PDF and Word files accessible

2005-06-03 Thread George S. Williams
On Fri, 2005-06-03 at 06:36, Angela Galvin wrote: Secondly, with the Word documents, if there is an easier way to convert them to HTML? I use an open source program, antiword, to convert the Word docs to text and then just add the necessary markup. (And, of course, edit out the Word

RE: [WSG] Making PDF and Word files accessible

2005-06-03 Thread Jona Decker
Mary Krieger wrote: If you copy and paste the text into the 'content' part of your standard page, the line breaks will show you where the paragraph and headings are. I'm using Homesite so I just select and repeat the similar code ( first p, then h1, h2 etc) from one end of the document to the

Re: [WSG] Making PDF and Word files accessible

2005-06-03 Thread heretic
Hi there, My first question is that if I convert the PDF files to HTML to make them more accessible, am I right in thinking that this is only half my job done? If the original file wasn't marked up correctly in the first place before being saved as PDF (with headings, etc) does this mean