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Using MS Word to create/edit Sharepoint wiki pages

Posted on 2010-09-16
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Is there a way (configuration, 3rd party solution, etc) to allow a SharePoint (2007) wiki page to be edited with Microsft Word (Office 2007)?  Blogs work fine, but I would like that same feature to be able to create/edit wiki pages.
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Unfortunately no.  There are no desktop applications for creating and editing Wiki content.  
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by:detmers
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Thanks for the definitive answer!  Does that also mean there are no 3rd party solutions/add-ins either?  Just looking for something more robust than the stock editor.
 
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KWizCom has a product called SharePoint Wiki Plus, which is a more robust version of the SharePoint wiki (http://kwizcom.com/ProductPage.asp?ProductId=524).  Also, the NewsGator products (www.newsgator.com) have a pretty robust wiki tool, but it's a part of their suite.
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