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    Internet Explorer Word html - help

    Hi,

    I use Microsoft word to design my web pages. Unfortunately it does change some of my code and I don't want it to. Is there a way to exclude or comment out html that you don't want word to change?

    I use Microsoft Word 2000.

    Thanks. God Bless.

    Aaron.

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    If you mean change as in convert to a rich text format, make sure it's saving your files as plain text. Other than that, I'm not sure what you mean...

    Are you using Word as a text editor, or as a WYSIWYG editor? Maybe you can explain your situation in a little more detail...

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    Hi,

    It adds tags and stops some javascripts from working. So I wanted to know if I could comment them out so that Word would not edit the area between those tags (maybe xml?)

    Thanks. Aaron.

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    Are you using Word as a text editor, or as a WYSIWYG editor?

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    i think they are using the save as html command in the file menu


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