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I am creating a technical Word document, that will contain snippets of HTML
examples. Does anyone know of an HTML editor that has syntax highlighting,
and allows you to paste the HTML text, along with the syntax highlighting,
as RTF into a Word doc (i.e. using the Paste/Special in Word)?
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Buck Turgidson wrote:
I am creating a technical Word document, that will contain snippets
of HTML examples. Does anyone know of an HTML editor that has syntax
highlighting, and allows you to paste the HTML text, along with the
syntax highlighting, as RTF into a Word doc (i.e. using the
Paste/Special in Word)?


Frontpage does that.

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Jul 20 '05 #2

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"Buck Turgidson" <jc***@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<a2******************************@news.terane ws.com>...
I am creating a technical Word document, that will contain snippets of HTML
examples. Does anyone know of an HTML editor that has syntax highlighting,
and allows you to paste the HTML text, along with the syntax highlighting,
as RTF into a Word doc (i.e. using the Paste/Special in Word)?


I don't know of anything that will paste into MS Word, but I use
Homesite 5 to type my HTML/Cold Fusion code so it's color coded. I
don't like WYSIWYG editors, but Homesite does a great job for me as I
type my code to keep it easy to read. I also use GnuEmacs in Linux
when writing code there, and on newer Linux distros, it color codes.

Probably doesn't answer your question, but hope this helps.

Alex.
Jul 20 '05 #3

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