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    Web Scripting and Icon (word 2003)

    I have an HTML page being dynamically created. Once created users copy the HTML page into Word. Within the HTML is some JavaScript. Where ever this JS is, Word uses a yellow scripting icon to signify it. I do not want Word to even acknowledge there is JS in the page.

    After much research, i can find nothing on this web scripting, or its icon. I have made a screen shot of it for your reference. http://www.zellco.com/demo/web_script.jpg

    Can someone tell me how to turn of Web Scripting and/or make Word ignore JS all together?

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    Re: Web Scripting and Icon (word 2003)

    Welcome to Woody's Lounge!

    Internet Explorer warns me that there is a security problem with the site you refer to. Could you attach the picture to a reply (max 100 KB, max 640x480 pixels).

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    Re: Web Scripting and Icon (word 2003)

    <P ID="nt"><font size=-1>(No Text)</font>

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    Re: Web Scripting and Icon (word 2003)

    I don't get such an icon in Word 2002 if I open a HTML file containing JavaScript. Hopefully someone with Word 2003 can help.

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    Re: Web Scripting and Icon (word 2003)

    actually i have W2002 as well.

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    Re: Web Scripting and Icon (word 2003)

    Ah - I had to show non-printing characters using the Show/Hide button to see the script icons. If you don't show non-printing characters, you don't see the script icons either.

    I don't know of a way to open a HTML page in Word and ignoring JavaScript - it would go against Microsoft's wish to position Word as a fullblown HTML editor.

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    Re: Web Scripting and Icon (word 2003)

    im beginning to think you are correct. darn.

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