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Doc to HTML

Hi guys. I need to create some HTML pages from a doc file. I would like the different sections in my document to be a new HTML page. Any idea how I can do this.

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This will be ugly.

In reply to: Doc to HTML

This would involve you writing code to get there. It's not for most so the fast method would be to go ahead and try a copy and paste from Word to Web page creation software page by page and them create your links, etc.

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Here is a way to cheat.

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Open the Word Document.

File, Save as html document.

Now open the html document. I usually open it with Mozilla Firefox but Internet Explorer will work also.

Click on view, page source.

Copy the html coding and paste it to the website. Pictures will need to be added.


You can use the html kit

If you're online, you can add the pictures or you may need to tweak it a little.


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The rather easy way.

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- Open the document in Word.
- Select first section. Copy/paste to new Word document and File>Save as html with an appropiate name. Any other html-editor might be fine or not. Only experiment will tell.
- Repeat for second, third, fourth, ... section until you're ready.

Takes a few minutes, is a little bit dumb, but very reliable.


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That's how I built my site. . .

In reply to: The rather easy way.

Create the pages in Word, saved as HTML. Done.

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