RE: Word styles in HTML

Subject: RE: Word styles in HTML
From: "Lane, Debi J" <Debi -dot- Lane -at- unisys -dot- com>
To: "Murrell, Thomas" <TMurrell -at- alldata -dot- net>, TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2000 11:50:20 -0600

The HTML Filter 2.0 for Office 2000, which you can download from
http://officeupdate.microsoft.com/2000/downloadDetails/Msohtmf2.htm will
clean all the Word-specific gunk out of the HTML produced with Office 2000.
I have both Word 97 and Word 2000 on my system and the product seems to work
with both versions of Word. In fact, it got "installed" for Word 97, and I
had to manually add its template as a global template and add-in in Word
2000, which is pretty strange.

-----Original Message-----
From: Murrell, Thomas [mailto:TMurrell -at- alldata -dot- net]
Sent: Wednesday, February 16, 2000 7:38 AM
To: TECHWR-L
Subject: RE: Word styles in HTML


I'm currently using Word 97, and I checked Daniel's suggestion on my
documentation. Alas, there was no "Web Options" choice that I could find.

I suspect the only way to optimize HTML code generated by Word 97 is the
old-fashioned way: hand changes after the fact. If there is a better way,
I'll be all eyes. <g>

Tom Murrell

> ----------
> From: DANIEL D HALL[SMTP:misterhall -at- prodigy -dot- net]
>
> I'm currently using Word 2000, so I'm not sure this applies, but ...
>
> When saving the file as HTML, in the upper right of the "Save As" dialog,
> there should be a drop-down menu labeled "Tools." One of the choices is
> "Web
> Options," which allows you to specify some of the HTML settings. It is
> possible to get a "cleaner" conversion with the "Rely on CSS for
> formatting"
> deselected, and "Disable features not supported by" set to MS Explorer
> 4.0.
>
> Word creates an embedded style sheet, which you could also edit with a
> plain
> text editor (wordpad, etc.) This would add an extra step in your
> conversion
> process, but also provides the most control over appearance. At least
> you'll
> only have to edit the CSS, and not every line, as in the "old" days! :)
>

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