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I have a number of word documents that are part of a policy manual of sorts.  I have a template set up in word 2007 that has headers and footers preformatted and allow me to add information.  I want to save each of these documents as html files but also include the headers and footers.  Some of the files are single pages, some are multiple pages.  I want each word file saved in html format so I can make it available for viewing from the web and not have to be downloaded.
I have tried the simple save as command and it will save the body but not the headers and footers.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Steve
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Saving as HTML does not include Headers and Footers as they are not on the same 'layer'.

The only way that I think you can get what you need is to save the documents as PDFs using the PDF Add-in for Office 2007.
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Yes, that is what I am currently doing.  I thought web pages would make it easier.
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Daleoran,

I answered the question.

Geneus
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