Microsoft Word 2010 and SharePoint

Subject: Microsoft Word 2010 and SharePoint
From: voxwoman <voxwoman -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2014 14:34:17 -0400

Greetings!
I haven't done much more than lurk here for quite a while, but I have a
question that needs the expertise of the hive mind.

The HR department here publishes the company manual in Word. There are
excerpts we would like to "automatically" pull from the document to
populate certain notifications in our SharePoint web portal.

I know this can be done rather "easily" using other software designed for
single-sourcing. Do any of you know of a method we can use to tag certain
sections of a document in Word that SharePoint would recognize and populate
a SharePoint web part? Would some sort of custom field code do the trick?

We would have the ability to run the Word file through a processor of some
kind.

Just pointing me to some technology products would be helpful if you don't
know offhand how to accomplish this.

Thanks,
Wendy
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