[l2h] newbie, texexpand error

Steve Mayer Steve Mayer" <mayer@dial.pipex.com
Mon, 4 Sep 2000 19:46:38 +0100

> OPENING C:\Documents and Settings\fimr\My Documents\Optimering\ugehtml.tex

Just an idea which is worth trying. There is the possibility that the
programs are objecting to the directory name C:\Documents and Settings which
is long, and more importantly, has spaces in it.
Try putting the tex document into a different directory such as c:\texdocs
(or whatever).

I do know that various parts of latex can object to spaces in names, but I
can't be sure that it's the cause of the problem.