is it possible Convert word documents to WIKI format???

I am running office 2007.   I am looking for a way to convert my existing word documents to a wiki format.  Does anyone know of a way that this can be done?   Even if i have to buy a utility,  this will be used so heavily that it will be worth the expense
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DifladermausCommented:
Don't use it, but check this...

http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Word_macros

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mhuntsCommented:
You could Save As / HTML to make your Word document Wiki accessible.
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TSCATAuthor Commented:
mhunts,

What I am going for is a consistent look between each of the IT's  area's wiki files.    Will saving as HTML be in a wikli format or will it just be linkable to a wiki page?
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TSCATAuthor Commented:
I have tried a number of plugins and none have worked yet.   The closest i have gotten is a word2wiki macro for office that retains bolds and italics in the output,  but no other formatting whatsoever.
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mhuntsCommented:
The formatting is a a bit trickier. You could create a stylesheet, and have your wiki reference the sylesheet. That is the best practice, as far as formatting HTML is concerned.
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TSCATAuthor Commented:
I was able to find a converter to DokuWiki format from HTML that does a very good job of retaining formatting and fonts.   Saving as HTML was what led me to find that option, so thank you.
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