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Disable VML in Word

Posted on 2001-08-28
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How can I eliminate the VML code which is inserted into MS Word's Save As HTML pages?  Or if that cannot be done, is there something I can insert into the page which makes IE ignore the VML code?

When I uncheck the "Rely on VML for displaying graphics in browsers" setting, Word still inserts its VML code, but it brackets it as a comment <!-- [VML code] -->

This is unacceptable for my situation.  I cannot have any VML (commented or not) in my HTML.  Is there any hope?
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Hi xinger,

you can download the html filter update from the office update site

http://office.microsoft.com/downloads/2000/Msohtmf2.aspx

and they even up a document on how to use it from code so you can eventually use it in a module

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q291/3/25.ASP

HTH:O)Bruintje
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This looks like a winner!  Thanks!
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