No problem! Well, you may be reading more into this than is there. In
Word, for example, you can create some text, format the font, insert a
graphic element (an image), etc. Create a conventional document. Then,
using the Internet Assistant, create an output file in HTML, that
appears like the original when viewed though a Web browser.
One of the things that's been tough (at least for me) to do manually in
HTML is a table. The Excel Internet Assistant allows you to publish a
selected range of cells into a table, either as a new HTML document, or
inserted in a new document.
There are Internet Assistants for Access, Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
Schedule+, and Publisher 97 Trial. I've only used the Excel IA, but I
imagine each product's IA does things that are relevant to that
The URL to the download page is below:
There are a lot of other things that can be downloaded, for FREE, from
I hope this helps.... but just downloading them and playing with them
will show you a lot more!