I have to make plenty of instructional documents in HTML. There are a lot of screenshots in them. I tried to use MS Word 2003 for it but after hours spent on fixing the images (which get altered, formats are changed and all the grief) and formatting issues I switched to HAND-editing HTML in SciTE.
Folks how I hate Word now... brrr.
I edited some Wiki docs using pure Wiki syntax and find it just perfect for my puprose.
All I need is:
bold,size, font change (rarely), tables - | | | syntax is very cool, color, links, and of course images.
I imagine I will make a document named instruction.wiki and I will associate a wiki2html converter/scirpt/whatever that makes HTML from it.
1. Is there such a converter that supports what I need (especially tables and font changes)?
2. Is there a WYSIWYG editor for wiki docs - I know there are several that runs on www servers but I need it locally on my WinXP and save my docs on my hard drive?
Thanks in advance Experts.