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Is there a program to convert MS Word documents into HTML format.  I am using Word v7.0
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by:rajgn
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In word select File|Save As.. then at the bottom portion of the Save As... dialogue box, select Save as Type  'HTML Document'.
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by:bgcntry
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MS Word v7.0a does not have the option to save as HTML.
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by:sybe
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I believe that you can choose to install this HTML option. If you did not choose it during installation then you don't have it now. But it could be installed with all versions of Word97. Even the beta's had it. So you'd better reinstall Word.
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I believe that the html converter is an option for Word 97.  All you have to do is go through the setup for Office97 or Word 97.  You can do this by going to Add/Remove programs in the control panel.  Then choose the add/remove option from the setup screen which comes up.  For Office 97, it gives the html authoring section as an option.  I'm not sure if it's different for just work 97 or not.  After choosing that it will install the new components (you don't have to do a reinstall).  Also after you try to use the html converter for the first time, I think it will ask you if you want to upgrade to the newest html converter and will download it if there is a more recent version on microsoft's site.
-Josh
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