> I'd like to get something that will convert to real latex syntax, so > I can then use latex classes with custom features (e.g., customized > hyperlinking features). If you are dealing with the final document via TeX (as opposed to a latex to something converter) then it may still be easier to do the amstex to latex stage via macro (re)definition. For instance in that typehtml example I mentioned last time, <h1>Another section</h1> really does go through a call to \section, so will pick up any definition that the class file gives, and if you load the hyperref package then it will put in a suitably `active' link from the table of contents. (Which makes an entertaining way of going from html to pdf, preserving hypertext structure:-) You mentioned the amstex bib stuff. I wish you hadn't:-) As you say that should probably go to bibtex in which case you perhaps would need an external converter after all. David Changed the subject to keep Frank happy.