Why We Don't Encourage You to Convert 
Word Processed Files to Web Pages

       Several word processors on the market today will save a word-processed file as an HTML file.  What they attempt to do is to guess how to assemble the code required to create a duplicate web page of that particular file.  They very rarely create "clean" code, and the pages they create are usually so over-loaded with elements that shape and push text into certain positions that the pages are are very difficult to fix.

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