Converting Word documents to HTML via FrontPage

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I'm trying to find the easiest & best way to convert Word documents into HTML via FrontPage, without manually removing all of the extra spacing and formatting, and basically re-typing 90% of the document. Any tried-and-true methods that have worked well (if any exist) would be appreciated. Thanks!

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Two things come to mind. One is to save the word document as a html type first then insert it into frontpage and two is to copy what’s in the word document and paste the contents into a frontpage page.

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  • Mtnweb
    While it doesn't do a perfect job, you might try the Microsoft Office HTML Filter to Convert Word 2000 Documents to HTML. It does get rid of some of the unnecessary html coding. For information (and a link to the download) see http://info.umuc.edu/de/ezine/how_to/html-pages/microsoft-filter.htm The URL to download Microsoft Office HTML Filter is http://office.microsoft.com/downloads/2000/Msohtmf2.aspx
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  • Ve3ofa
    The easiest way is to within word save as html and save it to your work directory that holds your copy of the frontpage site and then sync the directories (upload from your local site). From now on, if you edit the page from your site it will open up Word and not Frontpage
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