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Word Converter no just for Word files

Posted on November 14 2002 by Mark Watts in reponse to MS Word to SCORM converter tool demonstrated

One of the hidden jems in this tool is the ability to import most any learning obect into MS Word, or save it in a RFT format and then have it converted to SCORM format. So, if you can get your file into MS Word or save it as an RFT file, you can get into a SCORM compliant format. This solves a lot of headaches for developers needing SCORM formated content.

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