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Creating valid XHTML documents


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Lover of quiet computers

Say I write an essay in StarOffice 7. Is there an easy way to save it as a valid XHTML document? (I believe the HTML docs produced by StarOffice are not XHTML-compliant.)

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I believe that Abiword produces valid XHTML. It can read StarOffice documents fairly well, though it is better at reading RTF files, so if you save it as either RTF or XHTML Abiword may have more success.Running it through Tidy (Peachy's suggestion) may be easier. It's quite a good little program.andy

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