[xsl] You can convert a Word document to HTML using

Subject: [xsl] You can convert a Word document to HTML using
From: Micky Allen <fisi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 06 May 1987 23:40:42 +0100
        Hi there XML'ers

        There was an IBM tip on this topic recently, I enclose the 
        summary and the link to the tip below



We've just explored how to convert Word documents directly into
sdocbook XML using MajiX. Once you have converted a set of Word
documents into sdocbook XML files and stored them in a directory, you
can easily write a program that parses all these sdocbook XML files,
looks for the <title> tags, and generates a Web page that contains
links to all these sdocbook XML files. To display the sdocbook XML
files as HTML on the fly, an XSLT processor such as Xalan can be used
to reformat the sdocbook XML files into HTML using sdocbook

::: Full text of this tip on the Web :::




>Subject: RE: [xsl] One texdocument in and several xmldocuments out?
> File / Save As... and
>selecting HTML or Filtered HTML. The difference between these two is
>HTML preserves all of Word's information such as <span> tags to mark
>spelling and grammar issues, whereas Filtered HTML drops the
>Word-specific tags. Then follow the advice already provided here (e.g.,
>Tidy) to ensure that the HTML is well-formed XML.

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