I'ts not unreasonable at all. You can convert your XML to RTF, which
Word will display. You won't have access to all 7,562,443 features in a
full-fledged Word doc. This means your resume may not be able to email
itself to everyone in the viewer's address book or delete their dll
files, but you can probably get by.

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Stephen Clarke wrote:
> Hi all,
> OK. So much for pdf. Does anyone know if there is any way of turning an XML
> into MS Word format? I don't think word is scriptable, is it? VBScript,
> perhaps?
> Just wondering.
> Sorry. The very thought is rather distastefull , isn't it. But who knows.
> See. Just for fun I did my resume in pdf using fop. But now everybody keeps
> asking me for the same thing in MS Word format. Argh. Very annoying. So I
> want to be able to change my XML and have it reflected automatically in both
> word and pdf.
> This could be a contender for the most twisted idea of all time.
> --
> Best
> SC.

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