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On Mon, Aug 15, 2022 at 12:50 PM Nina Barzgaran <nina -dot- barzgaran -at- barzgaran -dot- at>
> That's a good question - and that's because it's not easy to answer:
> Although, as you probably know and thus are asking, MS Word offers an
> integrated conversion tool, simply 'Save as' which doesn't work well - last
> time I checked. It includes the MS-proprietary tags.
> I would decide based on the number of documents and complexity of document
> structure, links, cross-references etc. - and the goal.
> *Where do you want this to go?*
> If it's the occasional comparatively simple document with a linear TOC,
> open it in LibreOffice or OpenOffice and save as HTML. Again, last time I
> checked that worked well.
> If it's a body of documents with more complex structuring, check the
> well-known help authoring tools out there that will import .docx seamlessly
> (more or less) and then create output from there. Depending on structure
> and size, be prepared for some editing effort yet, too. :)
> Good luck!
> Am 15.08.2022 15:23, schrieb Chris Morton:
> What is your preferred method for getting clean HTML from a DOCX file?
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