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March 04, 2006

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I would be interested in what sort of code it generates. If it's anything like Word generates, then no thanks.

Hi Kim,

I'm not an HTML expert but I've posted a file created by the wizard so you can take a look.
http://openoffice.blogs.com/openoffice/webwizardhtmloutput.html

There's a lot of STYLE tags and a CSS file, since you get to choose the style of the output.

The HTML doesn't strike me as horrifying, at least. Also this isn't really a sophisticated web tool but a very good way to get existing content up in a web page with hardly any effort.

Thanks for coming by,
Solveig

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