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RE: hardcode.pgm



You don't say what you are intending to "export" to.  If you can live with
the other formatting insertions, the simple solution to converting counters
is to type to a file using the ASCII.PRN or MAIL.PRN XyWrite printer
drivers.  Would this serve your purposes?

Regards,

Paul Ambos
pambos@xxxxxxxx



> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Bill Troop [SMTP:bill@xxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent:	Tuesday, March 07, 2000 10:08 AM
> To:	xywrite@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject:	hardcode.pgm
> 
> Ages ago, there was a program called hardcode.pgm that was supposed to 
> remove all variables, like counters, and put in hard codes, to make your 
> export to other formats foolproof. I tried this program many times, but 
> could never get it to work. Could anyone tell me if there is either (1) a 
> version of hardcode that really works or (2) a more limited program that 
> will just take the counters (like , , etc.) and convert them into 
> their hard equivalents? I would be grateful to have a workable solution to
> 
> this problem. I often need to draft a list with auto numbers, but then if
> I 
> have to export it, I have a problem. Thanks.