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Applying M.S. Word documents to iWeb


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I am using iWeb to create a Web page. My problem is the iWeb works with Pages but almost all of my source material in on M.S. Word documents. When I try to transfer the text on the Word documents to the Pages documents so that I can apply it to iWeb, the spacing and formatting is badly scrambled. Is there a program that will convert Word documents to Pages.
Of course it is easy to convert the Word documents into a PDF, so a program that can convert a PDF to Pages would also be very useful.
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Is there a program that will convert Word documents to Pages.
There is no direct conversion from Word to Pages. Save the Word file as RTF as Pages can read and save to that format. Then save it again in Pages using the proprietary Pages format and then to iWeb.
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That work perfectly!
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There is no direct conversion from Word to Pages. Save the Word file as RTF as Pages can read and save to that format. Then save it again in Pages using the proprietary Pages format and then to iWeb.
Thanks for sharing. I was searching this since long.
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