Open HTML Filter 2007 File in Word 2003

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I have an html filter 2007 file, which I saved long back. Now I don’t have Office 2007 in my system. Please advice on how to remove the html tags from the file or any way to open it in Word 2003.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #169368

Open HTML Filter 2007 File in Word 2003

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Hi Drianna,

 

Try to save the word document as a webpage and open it with notepad and from there, you can already remove some html tags from your original file. You have to do this since word document does not have HTML code by nature. Either binary file format or OpenXML file format that a word document has in it. It is never in a hyper text mark-up language format.
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Open HTML Filter 2007 File in Word 2003

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I’m not sure what file format is used in your file but since you want to open it in Microsoft Office Word 2003, you can try converting it to DOC format since this Microsoft Office application does not support the DOCX format. To try converting the file, go to Convert PDF and other documents to Word.

You can upload the file in four ways: from your PC, by URL, Dropbox, and Google Drive. By default, the tool supports the following conversions:

  • DOCX to DOC
  • ODT to DOC
  • SXW to DOC
  • RTF to DOC
  • WPD to DOC
  • TXT to DOC
  • PDF to DOC
  • PDF to word
  • HTML to DOC

Since you didn’t indicate the format of your file, just try converting it with this tool and see if it works.

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