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Microsoft: Office FAQ

Word 2000/2002 Macros

How can I export Word documents to W3C-compliant HTML instead of Microsoft-specific HTML? by rasx
Posted: 7 Nov 02

There is a tool called CleanHTML for Word 2000/2002. Read more at:

http://songhaysystem.com/document.php?cmd=getDocCode&get=WD2KHTMLConversion

TIP: Use the Word Document to store lengthy prose, enjoying the many conveniences of Microsoft Word, and export the entire document OR just a few paragraphs to "clean" HTML.

TIP: Save "clean" HTML to a file or copy to the Windows Clipboard and paste into a database table.

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