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W2CSS:
Translating MS Word Documents into CSS Compliant HTML

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About W2CSS

The W2CSS translator is a large MS Word macro (program) that takes as input, an MS Word document and produces as output, an HTML file. The HTML generated is intentionally simple, and almost every element in the HTML (lists, paragraphs, headings) is tagged with a CSS “class”. These classes are created by translating the style definitions in the Word document into equivalent CSS definitions.

In short, the W2CSS translator:

 

The CSS HTML that is generated is meant to stand on its own, or it can be processed further through other HTML editing tools.

 

System requirements

The current version (v2.00) of W2CSS runs only on systems running Word version 8 (Word for Office 97) or higher. Currently, there is no support of Macintosh systems.

 
 

Files

The following files are included in the archive W2CSS.zip:

W2CSS.dot

This Word document template file contains the translator macro “aCSShtmlTranslator”.

W2CSSfnt.csv

This plain text file is a comma delimited list of fonts used in the translation process.

W2CSS.cfg

This plain text file contains configuration settings for the translator.

W2CSSdoc.zip

This contains documentation for the translator in CSS compliant HTML. The documentation file, W2CSSdoc.zip is a ZIP archive that contains the file W2CSSdoc.htm in addition a number of GIF files. To expand the archive file, place it where you wish the W2CSS documentation to reside and expand it using WINZIP or PKUNIP; after that you will be able to browse the documentation in either a CSS or non-CSS browser.

W2CSSdoc.doc

This is the Word file from which the file W2CSSdoc.html was created. It is included as an example of how the translator actually works.

 

Version 2 features

The new version now includes translation of Word tables, creation of character level styles, creation of hyperlinked Tables of Contents from Word’s TOC fields, and handling embedded and linked objects. The program is shareware, but is not time-limited. Instead you get use of a limited feature set until you register.

The table of contents feature makes it easy to create Hypertext tables of contents, providing that the Word document uses styles appropriately.

 

How to install W2CSS

NOTE: The W2CSS translator requires you to have Word for Office 97 (also known as Version 8 of MS Word) installed on your computer. aCSS2htmlTranslator, the translator program, is actually a Word macro written in Visual Basic for Word; older Word versions don’t contain this language and so cannot run the translator. The macro resides in the template W2CSS.dot. To use the macro, you must first install the template on your computer. To install the template:

  1. Place the file W2CSS.zip into a temporary directory on your computer and run it. This file is a ZIP archive and requires WINZIP or PZUNZIP to extract it. After un-zipping it, you will find the following files in the temporary directory:
    W2CSS.dot
    W2CSSfnt.csv
    W2CSS.cfg
    W2CSSdoc.doc
    W2CSSdoc.zip

  2. Locate the Templates directory for your Word installation. For typical users this can be found at:
    c:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Templates

  3. Place the following 3 files into the Templates directory:
    W2CSS.dot
    W2CSSfnt.csv
    W2CSS.cfg

  4. The documentation file, W2CSSdoc.zip is a ZIP archive that contains the file W2CSSdoc.htm in addition to a number of GIF files. To expand the archive file, place it where you wish the W2CSS documentation to reside and expand it using WINZIP or PKUNZIP; after that you will be able to browse the documentation in either a CSS or non-CSS browser.
 
 

W2CSS is ShareWare

This program is shareware. You are free to use it in unregistered form. However, you are urged to register. I am a small-time programmer and have produced this program as a service and in relation to other projects I am involved with. I believe that software should be low cost or free and also that ability to pay should be built in to the price structure of software. I hope that you, the user, whoever you are, find this a useful program; and I urge you to show your appreciation and support by registering. We can easy learn more about Geocities by visiting Geocities.com page at Markosweb.com

Registering gives you a key that unlocks all program features. To register, send $15 per user to the address below. Sites with 3 or more users can register for $12 per user license. Send only check or money order. You will receive a key by mail or, if you specify, by email..

 
This document created from MS Word using the W2CSS translator.
 

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