FW: tool to convert Word and Excel to XML

Subject: FW: tool to convert Word and Excel to XML
From: Mark Lawrence <MLawrence -at- frontline-group -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2002 13:57:16 -0700

Starting with Office 2000, if you "Save As HTML...", you get XML (look at
the contents of the files with textpad or some such).

Mark Lawrence

-----Original Message-----
From: Sarah Thomas [mailto:Sarah_Thomas -at- mercmarine -dot- com]
Sent: Wednesday, February 13, 2002 12:15 PM
To: TECHWR-L
Subject: re: tool to convert Word and Excel to XML

"Phoebe Minias wrote:
Does anyone know of a tool to convert Word or Excel docs to XML? I have
found some on Google (xfinity, Majix, DocSoft) but wondered if anyone had
experience with them or with others. I looked in the archives but wasn't
able to find much. Thanks."

DocSoft is a small, but booming company out of Oklahoma City,OK. Our tech
comm
dept was working with them to create an xml solution about a year ago. They
are
an excellent company to work with and go out of their way to make things
happen
the way you need them to happen. We were not able to continue to work with
them
because the solution choice was taken out of our hands. I would highly
recommend
them. We choose them because of what they could do for us and because they
came
in miles below any other company in terms of dollars. If you would like some
contact info, feel free to contact me off the list.
Sarah Lee Thomas
"Cupcake"
sarah_thomas -at- mercmarine -dot- com
vapor-bug -at- excite -dot- com




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