I've got over 2000 word documents I need to convert to html. I've been
trying with wvHtml from wvWare with varying results - some of the docs
contain a little text box with the recieved date inside, wvHtml has
problems with this and gives me this line:
<i>(subject to editorial corrections)</i><b><img alt="0x08 graphic"
src="StrangeNoGraphicData"><br></b><i><img alt="0x08 graphic"
Googling on this gives a few hits, most of them saying to make sure
wvware is compiled with libwmf support, which I'm pretty sure the debian
sid package I'm using is.
So, failing getting this to work, does anyone know any other apps that
can do what I require? A lot of the other apps I've looked at seem to
use wv as thier backend (abiword, etc) or just dont bother working with
anything like an image (catdoc). Oowriter from openoffice does a
marvellous job when I open the doc and manually save it as html, but it
would seem far from trivial to script.
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