The easiest way to create an HTML document is to convert one that
has been created as a document file in a word processor by saving
it in an HTML format. Later versions of WordPerfect and Microsoft Word for Windows have this ability built in, but earlier versions require add-ons. The add-ons are free and downloadable from the
software companies' home pages on the Internet.
Information about downloading Microsoft Internet Assistant for Word can be found at:
Clear, concise instructions are given at this site for downloading
and installing the application; however, general instructions
for downloading a file are:
For downloadable free upgrades to boost the HTML capability for various versions of WordPerfect, follow links at:
WordPerfect Internet Publisher for WordPerfect 6.1 for Windows can be obtained through file transfer protocol at:
A message box will appear in your browser window so that you may save the file. Create a temporary subdirectory or save the file in a Temp directory. To install the application, double click on the file name.
Information about HTML editors for various operating systems can be found by following links at the following URL:
A multitude of platform-specific sites present a greater variety of editors.
There are many good sources of information on creating HTML documents, but one place to start is at the following URL: