XML standards coherency and so forth

Ogievetsky, Nikita nikita.ogievetsky at csfb.com
Wed Jan 13 17:40:19 GMT 1999

>Andreas Berg wrote:
> I am searching for a converter from Word documents to XML. Unfortunatly >I
> no time to wait for Office 2000..... Is there something like this

In the MS Word go to <File>/<Save As> menu, select "Save as HTML document".
It will create a well formed XML file: HTML with all elements having start
and end tags.
(Just remember to exhume the <body> - sorry for bad joke).

Nikita Ogievetsky.

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