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I am trying to develop an internal webpage for the company that I work for using Dreamweaver 8. On one of the pages I want to create it so that a person can change a Microsoft word document and that in turn will automatically update the webpage. The contents of the page will only be text. I have played around using XML and XSL. I have gotten it to work but it will not recognize new paragraphs. It takes the text and puts it all together. Is there a setting that will allow it to format with new paragraphs? Or is there a better way to accomplish this task?

Thank you for your help
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The BEST way to accomplish this task is via Adobe Contribute.  It's cheap, and harnesses the power of rich text formatting, image manipulation, and much more.

Good Luck!
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Thank you very much, I just purchased that software.
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Kool! My pleasure...
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