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Yes, Dreamweaver as a nice utility for cleaning the HTML code generated by Microsoft word, it allows also to choose how strong must be the cleaning, and it works satisfactorily for the Word 97 HTML code. Unfortunately, even with the strongest cleaning, it is not able to get rid of the definition which Word 2000 put at the beginning of every sentence. If you import a Word 2000 HTML file, you will not be able to change the font of the document if not editing the HTML source, line by line... I'll give a try to the Office 2000 HTML filter 2.0 (by Microsoft), hoping it works!