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Old 07-18-2012, 05:25 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by Toxaris View Post
I just do it in Word. I convert the Word document to HTML with my macro. I do not use the save as (filtered) HTML in Word. I import that in Sigil and I continue there.

I have also done quite some tests with DocToHTML and that produces rather clean code and you can immediately convert it to XHTML on the go. It can also create a stylesheet.

Others use OpenOffice with the Writer2Epub add-on.
Tox: I don't think I've tried DocToHMTL--you say you're getting clean code with that? Better than your own macro?

You know me...always trolling the software, like a great white shark, looking for easier ways to do stuff...

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