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how to transfer formated text from my WYSIWYG html editor (FCKeditor) to MS word.

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i want to write a script that can  transfer text with its format from a web based FCKeditor, to a local microsoft word. i've figured out how to create a new word ActiveXobject but i dun know how to get the formated data from my editor. i know i could get the original html by objContent.DOM.body.innerHTML but i dun want the html code appear in the word application. thanks a lot.
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I'm just new here and I sure don't know how to help you, but I reckon that's more than a 20-point question.
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