Convert MHT files to Microsoft Word

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I need to print a label that was sent in .MHT format. Can I convert it to use in Word?
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Microsoft Word can work with a wide variety of word processing formats. . .htm, .html, .mht, .mhtml etc depends on version of Word you’re using, and what features have been installed.Older versions of Microsoft Word (97-2000) cannot open MHT files correctly.

  • Click “File” and “Open.”

  • Navigate to the directory containing the MHT file.

  • Double-click on the MHT file. It will have an “.mht” file extension. The MHT file will open within Microsoft Word.

  • Make any changes—deletions, changing the text formatting or other edits.

  • Click “File” and “Save As.”

  • Click on the pull-down arrow on the box by “Save as type.” Select the file type “Word Document.”

  • Enter a new name for the MHT file, if desired, in the box next to the wording “File name.”

  • Click “Save.” The MHT file is now converted to a Word document

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  • ToddN2000
    It may not just contain text. A quick search reveals
    The MHT format is an alternative name and suffix for the MHTML documents (MIME HTML) which is an archive format for the web pages saved with internet explorer by default. The format can contain multiple resources like flash, java, images, audio etc. and external links all together with html code. Open it with a web browser and save it from there.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Or you can convert it through online by linking a website which converts the same. Just search and you can get lots of link.
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