New media: interleaf application for internet

Interleaf Canada, an Ottawa-based supplier of document management software, has introduced Cyberleaf, a desktop application that the company says allows users to easily convert word processing and graphics information into HyperText Markup Language (html) and Graphics Interchange Format (gif.)These are the...

Interleaf Canada, an Ottawa-based supplier of document management software, has introduced Cyberleaf, a desktop application that the company says allows users to easily convert word processing and graphics information into HyperText Markup Language (html) and Graphics Interchange Format (gif.)

These are the file formats that allow the information to be used on the Internet’s World Wide Web network.

Cyberleaf allows users to develop hyperlinks, the system by which browsers are able to move through documents by clicking on significant words, without having to be experts on html.

The Cyberleaf software is available only on the unix platform, for C$995, but a Windows version is under development.

The product will be sold through direct sales, value-added resellers, and other distributers.