Converting other formats to HTML

There is a collection of filters for converting your existing documents (in TeX and other non-HTML formats) into HTML automatically, including filters that can allow more or less WYSIWYG editing using various word processors:

Rich Brandwein and Mike Sendall's List (URL is ).

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