Also, one simple direct means of getting XML into Word (easy, but the styles don't generally persist well) is simply to use XSLT -> HTML, which Word imports.
I've seen several resumes/book proposals that people did that way... Max -----Original Message----- From: Matt Savino [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, March 01, 2002 11:55 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: OT:: XML -> MS Word?? I'ts not unreasonable at all. You can convert your XML to RTF, which Word will display. You won't have access to all the 7,562,443 features in a full-fledged Word doc, but you can probably get by. -Matt 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.