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ASP.net web app: Convert Word document to web pages

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Hi

I have a Word document with pictures and a lot of formatting that I want to use
as a web page in my ASP.net webapp. What is the bestway to do this to preserve
the look and feel
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If you have MS Office 2007 or later, you can save it as HTML.
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Thanks very much
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