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I have a vaguely db-backed personal web site on which I had to append some MSWord documents. The easiest solution I found is to open the Word file in OpenOffice Writer, (http://www.openoffice.org) save as HTML then edit the file in Emacs. OpenOffice does generate a load of crap in the html file, but it's nowhere as bad as Word 2000. Most of my work is done by a rather ugly Emacs Macro (which should really be a Lisp procedure, but that will have to wait until I actually learn Lisp) to replace-regexp a couple of tags, namely : - delete SPAN ("?SPAN[^>]*>" -> "") - remove attributes from p and h tags ("
]*>" -> "
") The macro also add calls to my header and footer scripts and edits the header to use external CSS stylesheets. Overall it works rather well and I can get .doc files up really fast. I still have to correct a few things by hand but with something more involved than my macro (by a better programmer) I think that wouldn't even be necessary. By the way O...