>>After the html document is functional, you can use copy/paste to copy the >>text from the Web browser into an email for posting to the list or >>privately for those without Web access. > >But that would be a problem. >I do not want to get html code in my e-messages. >Plain English would do fine if that is the language of the orginal bios. >Please don't fill'm with tags. > >(Couldn't resist the chance to disagree with Oberdan ... > That's what friends are for!)
I'll be on your case forevermore...That's what friends are for...
Actually, the way my Netscape browser works, if you select displayed text
and copy it, all you get is the text as displayed with none of the
underlying html directives. So, copy/paste would probably work just fine
for capturing plain text for email. The advantage is that you don't have to
create a special document for the email version.
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