|XMLmind XML Editor
is a strictly validating, near WYSIWYG, DocBook editor, DITA editor, MathML editor, XHTML editor, XML editor. Because XMLmind XML
Editor is highly extensible, it may be also be used to create
documents conforming to your own custom schema. Its users are
generally technical writers who need to author large, complex,
modular, documents. More »|
Converter is an XSL-FO processor similar to Apache FOP, RenderX XEP or Antenna House XSL
Formatter. Unlike the aforementioned processors which all render
XSL-FO as PDF and PostScript®, XMLmind XSL-FO Converter converts XSL-FO to the following formats:
- RTF (can be opened in Word 2000+),
- WordprocessingML (can be opened in Word 2003+),
- Office Open XML (.docx, can be opened in Word
- OpenOffice (.odt, can be opened in
Microsoft® Word is an amazingly popular writing tool. However
its main drawback is that, once your document is complete, you cannot
do much with it: print it, convert it to PDF or send it as is by
XMLmind Word To
XML aims no less than to suppress Microsoft® Word main drawback.
This 100% Java™ software component allows to automate the
publishing —in its widest sense— of contents created using
Microsoft® Word 2007+.
More precisely, XMLmind Word To XML
allows to automatically convert DOCX files to:
- Clean, styled, valid HTML looking very much like the source
- Unstyled, valid DITA map+topics, DITA topic, DocBook, XHTML or
XML conforming to your custom schema.
|XMLmind DITA Converter
allows to convert the most complex DITA 1.0, 1.1
and 1.2 documents to production-quality XHTML 1.0, XHTML 1.1, HTML
4.01, XHTML 5, Web Help, JavaTM Help, HTML Help, Eclipse
Help, EPUB 2, EPUB 3, PDF, PostScript®, RTF (can be opened in
Word 2000+), WordprocessingML (can be opened in Word
2003+), Office Open XML (.docx, can be opened
in Word 2007+), OpenDocument (.odt, can be
opened in OpenOffice/LibreOffice 2+). XMLmind DITA Converter
is free, open source, software. More »|
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