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convert a notes document to an html attachment

I have a document that is displayed to the user over the web. This document contains images as its an invitation to an event and must contain the companie's logo etc.

I need to convert that invitation document into an html file and attach it to an email that is sent to all invitees.

Is there a way to achieve this.

Please help , I need help urgently.
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may be u can place Logo in RTF field on the same form. Once submitted, compose a Memo form using Lotus Script, and copy the logo using Richtectitem class and place it in body field and place the content aswell.

Else, have a Configuration document and store a Word template which hold Logo and once submitted, detach the Word file and update content and save it in local and then attach as you can get path of the file you detached.

This is the logic I think will work...
Knowledge-DimensionAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the reply....

The problem is that the invitation must be in a specific format. basically , my invitation consists of a header image and a footer image.
the data displayed to the screen must be centralised too.

Another problem with using word is that it assumes that all people have ms word.

We wanted an HTML attached file as this is universal and can be read.

I just dont know how from domino to create an HTML file from a document and also how to attach images .

How does IE do it when you want to save a webpage ? is there a way we can emulate that functionality ?
If the invitation is not dynamic, like customized for each user with name and address.. Then you can copy the page and paste it into the mail and send it !

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