Vanilla HTML from Word
IF you create a minimalist template in Word and IF you can convince your contributors to use ONLY certain styles and NO layout fiddles, the conversion will be remarkably clean, needing minimal if any tidying-up before being used by your website developers, and it will NOT contain Microsoft-specific code.
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