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I have been looking for a way to convert my word files to clean XML, using the styles that I have in my documents.
Basically, I would like to find a way to do this without generating over 400 pages of XML code - using the standard Microsoft approach.
I found a web article that talks about using a Visual Basic form to convert MS Word documents to XML. But, since I do not have Visual Basic, I would like to find out if it is possible to use the same
in a word macro. Does anyone know if this is possible?
If it is possible, then how would the macro be setup and could I do it all with one macro or would I have to use two or more macros?
Also, I would like to have the macro point to a folder full of word documents and then open and tag all the documents.
I am not worried about the graphics, because I am removing all the graphics anway before running this Word to XML conversion.
Here is the web article that mentions this conversion:
And here is the code (see attached) from the website.
Thanks in advance for any/all suggestions.