"Rory Browne" <rory.browne at gmail.com> wrote:
> I could be wrong on this, but I believe that MSWord only decides what
> format the document is in after it is open.
>> I think that if you took a document in any of MSWords supported
> formats(eg rtf, html etc), and renamed it to .doc, and opened it word
> would detect after it was open, that it was a html document and parse
> it as such. I assume that it would save it back as a proper word
Whoops, I missed the point. Word opens it, if you edit it and save it
then it saves it in the html format but preserving the .doc extension.
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