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The organization I'm working for is looking at Word2Web to convert a lot
of Word97 documents to HTML. They're looking for an easy way to
single-source their documents.
I checked the archives and didn't find anything about Word2Web. HTML
Transit comes highly recommended, but I tried it out the demo and it
looks rather complicated. The demo for Word2Web, on the other hand,
integrates itself with Word and looks pretty easy. While I don't mind
getting down-n-dirty w/HTML Transit, the people who will be doing the
single-sourcing are looking for simplicity, and are willing to sacrifice
some of the options that HTML Transit may give.
Does anyone have any experiences using Word2Web, either good or bad?