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2 May 2004
Filed under:Software reviews at8:19 pm

The HTML that Microsoft Word 2000 generates if you “save as HTML” is full of weird tags. These are designed to make the pages produced resemble the original as closely as possible and to make it easy to move back and forth between Word and HTML but if you want to incorporate text from Word documents into normal web pages easily what you need to do is to download the Office 2000 HTML Filter 2.0 (an official Microsoft application).

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