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Terry Morse Sends GoClick, Document To Web Converter, To Public Beta
Terry Morse software has released a public beta of GoClick, their document to web page conversion software. According to Terry Morse Software:

Whether you want to create pages for the Internet's World Wide Web, or simply make your documents readable on any computer, Terry Morse GoClick will help you make attractive documents with very little effort. GoClick incorporates exclusive Wizzy-Web Technology that has the following features:

Universal Application Support: With GoClick installed on your computer, any application with a Print command becomes a Web publishing program. Whether you're using a word processor, database, or even a page layout program, you can create Web-compatible documents on demand—just by using the Print command.

We've just released GoClick Beta 8, which incorporates many suggestions we received from users of Beta 7 (and a few bug fixes). GoClick is our next generation Web page conversion software, producing highly sophisticated Web pages out of any document while still maintaining Myrmidon's one-click ease of use.

You can download this public beta from the company's web site.

Terry Morse Software



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