Embedding a client produced file into a webpage using Visual Studios 2012

I am working on a project for a client. They would like to be able to write an article with links and formatting using MS Word and upload it to the site. I need a way to display that article as part of a web page. The article can be saved as .pdf, .docx, .xml, or whatever other file types Word has available. Is there way to have this document dynamically displayed as it was produced, with all formatting and links, within the page?

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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
Your client has to understand that Word is not a web editor. You can get editors that will allow editing but it won't be Word!

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OhioWoodWrightAuthor Commented:
They write several news articles a week and need a way to display them dynamically. It could almost be displayed an image except for the internal links to other pages. It seems that there aught to be a way to display the file exactly as written in a container or textbox control, or some other control on the page.
Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
they need a good CMS
Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger)PresidentCommented:
In Word, the Save As feature enables you to save as Web page. This automatically translates the document to html and it can be displayed as a standard web page.

Look at my home page. It was created that way, many years ago, before I learned html, and I never saw the need to redo it with a dedicated html editor.

The html it generates is not the best you can find, but it does the job if all you want to do is display information with links.
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