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Isys:web with Rich HTML can display fully formatted, converted word processing
documents in Web browsers without add-on viewers.

The software from Isys Odyssey Development Inc. of Englewood, Colo., does Rich
Hypertext Markup Language conversion for documents in Lotus Ami Pro, Microsoft Excel,
PowerPoint and Word, Rich Text Format and Corel WordPerfect.

Instead of downloading entire documents for viewing with the help of plug-in viewers
such as Adobe Acrobat, Isys:web with Rich HTML dynamically converts the documents into
HTML on the server, preserving graphics, tables and other formatting.

The Agriculture, Justice and Labor departments and the IRS use Isys Odyssey
Development’s software.

Prices for Isys:web with Rich HTML start at $2,800. It requires Isys:web 5.0 or a later
version of the company’s search-and-retrieval Web server.

Contact Isys/Odyssey Development at 303-689-9998.

The Business Bonus Pack for the Visio Standard 5.0 design package has better
process-flow abilities and tighter integration with Microsoft PowerPoint. It can treat
PowerPoint files as objects within Visio files. 

Visio Standard 5.0 has 15 layout plans and custom calendar styles. Organization charts
can be drawn up by simply dropping subordinate tasks on top of superior ones. 

The IRS, Navy and Social Security Administration use products from Visio Corp. of

The Business Bonus Pack for Visio Standard 5.0 starts at $149; an upgrade is $99.

Contact Visio at 800-248-4746.


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