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Posted on 2000-02-14
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Hi
I have some word documents which contain the content for my web pages.
I need to update my web pages with the new information.
Is there a way to convert a word document into an htm document so i do not
have to spend years duplicating the word documnets into htm docs.
Also these word docs have like a block on the left which is a table
of contenets. In the htm page i need the functionality if the user clicks
on a topic it takes them to that section automatically in the document.

thanx allot in advance

:)

Craig
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MorFF earned 30 total points
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Open your word document.

Select File>Save As...
and save it as HTML document

Word will then have a go at translating the doc into a webpage for you.  It sometimes doesn't get it all right but it usually gets close.

Not sure about yout TOC tho, you may have to link that up yourself.

Cheers - MorFF
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