__/ [bringmewater@xxxxxxxxx] on Friday 09 September 2005 16:02 \__
> What's the best way to maintain HTML documentation and generate a PDF
> that has a Table of Contents, and an Index that has the CORRECT page
> numbers for the pdf. I don't see any way to do this in Acrobat 7 Pro.
> What's the right tool. I want to generate my documentation that
> looks JUST LIKE the acrobat help file that has a Contents tab, Search
> tab and Index tab with a browseable index. THANKS !!!!
I suggest that you look into LyX < lyx.org >, which is a front-end to LaTeX.
It produces semantically valid output as PDF, HTML, PostScript, and more.
If you would like to get a feel for the output:
To get a feel for what the WYSIWYG interface is like, have a look at the LyX
Please let me know if you need further help.
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