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Adding Title tag to auto save from DOCX to HTML

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by edsager, Jan 15, 2011.

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  1. edsager

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    I'm confused by what you are asking for

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  3. edsager

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    I am creating HTML files so that my indexing software can index the files and allow for a search to highlight and automatically jump to the first search result found. The indexing software can only do the highlight and automatic jump with HTML files.

    As part of the indexing algorithm, the indexing software uses the titles of the HTML files to find matching documents and the search results show the title of the HTML file.

    After I convert to HTML and index the DOCX files, and then perform a search, the results come back with "No Title" as the title. Obviously, the document does not have the HTML tag, "Title" completed after the DOCX to HTML conversion.

    With the conversion to HTML, I noticed that XML files are also created for the formatting, styles, etc. to keep the look and structure of the DOCX file in the HTML file. As a result, I was thinking that there might be a way to get in the macro code a command which will save an HTML "Title" tag so that the converted document will have an HTML "Title," and thus be recognizable by the indexing software.

    Basically, I want more information saved about the document when it is converted from DOCX to HTML.

    Does this explain better what I am trying to do?

    Thank you,
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