GCG to MSWORD

John R. McQuiston zje8 at cdc.gov
Mon Jun 14 08:49:04 EST 1999


Also, If your machine has Genefont it works well.





In article <3.0.32.19990612103102.008362b0 at imm2.imm.uth.tmc.edu>, 
dhavilan at IMM2.IMM.UTH.TMC.EDU says...
>
>At 15:42 6/12/99 +0100, Jeremy Murray wrote:
>>wotsup
>>does anyone know of a fairly easy way to convert
>>a gcg sequence into word and keep the formatting.
>>After a bit of playing around I  found that using the MS LineDraw font
>>seems to
>>keep the formatting, but does anyone know of another way?
>>cheers, jez
>
>Yes... Truetype fonts really muck things up so when I extract a GCG or
>Entrez sequence as a text file, the first thing I do is change the entire
>document to a Courier.  I haven't tried any other fonts but as long as they
>aren't TT fonts, it ought to work.
>
>Hope this helps,
>David
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