A revolutionary e-publishing tool for creating hypertext links without the need for any manual editing of documents
Link Studio entirely eliminates the need for manual tagging of data and creation of hypertext links, saving money and time and allowing large-scale linking projects that were previously impractical to become a reality.
It represents a major advance in electronic publishing and content management.
- Enables large-scale linking projects to be carried out in a matter of minutes or hours, rather than the weeks or months it would take using manual methods, and for a small fraction of the cost.
- Identifies citations or other references (such as key words and phrases) within the text of documents and automatically converts them into hypertext links.
- Entirely eliminates the need for the manual tagging of data and creation of hypertext links, a highly labour-intensive and often prohibitively expensive editorial task.
- Produces formatted, browser-ready documents without the need for any further programming, online access or document delivery software.
- Encourages increased use of electronic information products and stimulates increased traffic to websites by providing instant, single-click access to cited documents and other relevant resources.
- Enhances the quality and usability of many types of electronic content, such as legal and regulatory information, academic and professional journals, training materials and technical and financial data, by enabling users to navigate seamlessly between related documents.
- Windows-based with an easy-to-use Graphical User Interface (GUI). (There is also a command-line mode).
- Flexible file selection allows files, folders or groups of files to be selected for processing.
- Processes text files in ASCII and tagged ASCII formats, e.g. plain text, HTML, XML.
- Processes Microsoft Word files, both native *.DOC files and Rich Text Format (*.RTF) files.
- Users can choose between two modes of operation: Markup Mode (for converting references within documents into links); and Extract Mode (for extracting references and saving them to a file for further processing).
- Sophisticated user-specifiable tagging and mark-up options: for example, processing of documents may be limited to specified areas, and any existing tags surrounding references may be ignored, replaced or modified.
- Can operate with external data sources in order to retrieve additional information required to link from incomplete references.
- Users may specify an output log file which records the results of the processing, including any errors or problems encountered.
- The ability to save the current file selection and configuration settings.
- PC with a 233 MHz processor (800 MHz or faster recommended)
- 64 MB RAM (256 MB or more recommended)
- 8 MB of free disk space (for the application), plus enough space to store the output files
- Monitor capable of 800 x 600 or higher resolution
- Windows 98, ME, NT 4, 2000 or XP (Windows NT 4, 2000 or XP recommended)
- For processing Microsoft Word or Rich Text Format (RTF) files: Word 97, 2000 or 2002 (XP) (Word 2000 or 2002 (XP) recommended).
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