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    i have to convert docx files having images, clip arts to HTML without changing look and feel.
    Though, Word itself does this but is not very neat in that.. Can you suggest a tool for this ?

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    http://word2cleanhtml.com/ Give that a whirl. But really, you should just write some HTML, it's easy!
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    but that does not allow pasting clip arts / images

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    Well, Word embeds the images, HTML requires linking to external files. I'd suggest building your own HTML, or downloading Dreamweaver or something like that. You'll get a better site than Word could ever generate anyway, that's just not what it's for.

    You could run a PDF I guess, most web browsers can actually load them so that's a simple but flawed solution.
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    Depending on the version. Both 2003 and 2007 have plugins that need to be installed to "publish to HTML", but from seeing how they work, 2003 is hit or mIss. If you use tables to hold the content in the 2003 word doc. It does ok, but no tables and you're pretty much rolling the dice.

    2007 is a little better, but not much.

    I have a client that uses it occasionally to publish some documents on their intranet, but no linking is done in the actual document.

    If you really need to keep the same layout, look and feel, I'd also suggest publishing them as pdf's.

    One advantage to PDF is that you can batch convert 100's of documents at a time. And since adobe reader is readily available, it works when you have a lot of documents to convert and you don't have to check each and every document to make sure the conversion didn't screw something up.

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    thanks webzarus. Making tables in doc gives better result than before.

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    I also had a problem with this conversion so Im really glad this topic was brought up :-)


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