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MS Office HTML full of VML and can't view in standards-compliant browsers.

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A client of mine has a self-made website, www.woodlandsredriver.com.  She designed it using MS Office, and it looks fine in IE.  However, it is completely worthless in Safari and Firefox.  A quick look at the page source shows why.  The thing is layed out completely using VML, Microsofts own proprietary Vector Markup Language.

The client wants the page to be able to be viewed in all browsers, but I don't want to take the time to manually convert each page.  Any suggestions?
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Install Office 2000 HTML Filter 2.0 from the link below
Load the Web page up in Word, then use File | Export To | Compact HTML

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=209ADBEE-3FBD-482C-83B0-96FB79B74DED&displaylang=EN
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Nevermind.  I got a hold of Publisher 2003, and that did the trick.
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