"Kevin" wrote 03 January 2003 15:33> >I have a word document with about 20 pages. I would like to convert the >document into 20 HTML pages based on its current format. Well if it was that easy most of us would be out of a job... there's a few ways, but you'll need to get stuck in by hand too. the following works fairway nicely for me, and only takes a few minutes to produce fairly decent html. In word save as HTML. How probably depends on what OS, what filters you've installed and what version you're running, but for me (Word 2000), it's just File > Save as web page. However this produces really ugly html (as it's possible to reopen the HTML page by Word and use that as the editable word document). Obviously if you're here on evolt you want a better standard of HTML, so you should go and get html tidy and run it with the word-2000 option. http://www.w3.org/People/Raggett/tidy/ This way you'll need to produce the actual 20 pages yourself and make them link to one another, but please do consider that 20 a4/letter/legal pages doesn't = 20 screens of info. The web pages should be shaped by their content not their file size... HTH. Kind regards, Liam Delahunty Mega Products Limited, 10-11 Moor Street, Soho, London W1D 5NF http://www.onlinesales.co.uk/ Open Source PHP/MySQL E-commerce http://www.liamdelahunty.com/ web/ design/ database/ programming http://www.britstream.com/ Hosting/ Domain Names From UKP 7.50 p.a.