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I am writing an online application form for a corporate web page.  At this point the user simply pastes the ASCII text of their resume to a text box, which causes the formatting ot be lost.  Is there any way that the page can be set up to allow a file (a word document for example) to be uploaded to my web server?  I would prefer to use ISAPI for this purpose, but CGI is acceptable as well.
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Get the Microsoft Posting Acceptor and install it (if you are using IIS).  If is free from Ms and works well.

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Where can I find documentation on how to use the posting acceptor from within an asp page.
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The posting acceptor should come with documentation.  Also, the website should have info...  
Here are some URL's that might also help:
http://blacklung.digitalconnect.com/siteserver/docs/
http://users.computerhaus.at/cgi-bin/NTOptionPackSetupFiles/pareadme.htm
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