Monday, July 5, 2004, 2:37:41 AM, Kevin wrote:

KA> I understand what you are saying. My only point was that (1)TB is not
KA> designed to be a graphic HTML editor. It has some basic tools and that
KA> is it. (2) For fancier work, an external (not just MS Office
KA> components) program will be necessary. Whether one chooses to use
KA> Word, Excel, Open Office, Star Office or something else isn't the
KA> point. I, for one, am not going to write HTML to facilitate table
KA> design in TB.

Fair enough that TB! is nothing more than basic, and the ability to cut
and paste externally preparted HTML is a good feature.

My point was that Office is a less than ideal choice. But then if it
works for you, I see no reason you shouldn't use it.  Just be aware that
Office is as much an HTML editor by design as TB!.


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