Import Ms Word -Text Into Wikidot

Posted by Helmuti_pdorf on 12 Sep 2011 16:20, last edited by Helmuti_pdorf on 13 Sep 2011 12:04

Tags: import macro vba word

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Original Macro written by Peter JongsmaPeter Jongsma - see here
Original Page text written for MS 2010 by tsangktsangk - on his site: here

MS Office 2003 (!!)

( MS Office 2007 will follow on the german community wiki )

1. Open Your Word 2003 Document you want to transfer

2. Go to the Tools tab - pull down to "Macro"and click on "Macros" ( Alt+F8)

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2. Enter Word2Wiki as the Macro name and click Create.

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2.1 Ensure that your current document is selected

3. VB Editor will pop-up:

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4. Copy and paste the entire VB Code provided below and close the VB Editor

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5. Right-click the blue ribbon and select "Visual Basic" for Menu-Button

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6 You have now a "Run Macro" Button Click on it!

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7 Select Macro "Word2Wiki" - Click on RUN

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8. Your Word Doc is converted into Wikidot Syntax and stored in the Copy buffer

Input:

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Output:

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9. Create the Wikidot-page to Paste your converted text into

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10. Save Your Wikidot.page! You now have a Word to Wikidot converted.

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The VB Code:


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