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Subject:Re: Questions about a wiki From:"Edgar D' Souza" <edgar -dot- b -dot- dsouza -at- gmail -dot- com> To:Spectrum Writing <info -at- spectrumwritingllc -dot- com> Date:Thu, 7 Jan 2010 16:33:11 +0530
On Thu, Jan 7, 2010 at 4:57 AM, Spectrum Writing
<info -at- spectrumwritingllc -dot- com> wrote:
> Have you ever developed content in Word (based on a Word template), saved
> the Word document as an HTML file, and then uploaded the file into a Wiki?
> Or have you done something similar outside of a Wiki using a different
> approach with other tools? Basically, a way to develop outside of a Wiki and
> then convert the content to HTML files and then upload the content to the
No practical experience with this, but:
a) OpenOffice.org Writer has a direct export filter for MediaWiki
format (exports to .txt files)
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