Indesign into Dreamweaver with formatting?

Posted on 2012-09-21
Last Modified: 2012-10-15
I have an .indd file that I need to export to Dreamweaver with the little to no formatting lost. Usually the command flow is File > Export for > Dreamweaver but for some reason it's only giving me File > Export for > Buzzword which doesn't help me at all. I'm on Windows 7 using CS5.5.

Is there any way to export my file without loss of formatting? When I save as html and open in Dreamweaver nothing is stylistic maintained.
Question by:ercasey
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    May or may not be of help,
    Exporting to XHTML is an easy way to get your InDesign contents into web-ready form.
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