If you already have HTML generated from your SGML or XML, then just
opening that HTML in Word generally works acceptably. (The program is
far better at this than at going from Word to HTML format.) This is
the method I've used when I've written something in XML but a
publisher wants Word.
King's College London
>>>>> On Tue, 15 Apr 2003 14:39:36 -0400, Anne Mahoney
>>>>> <[log in to unmask]> said:
> What do folks use if you ever have to make a Word file (RTF
> would suffice) from a TEI document? I have a very simple TEI
> text -- so simple, in fact, and so short, that copying it to a
> machine that has Word, opening it as text, and manually
> stripping the tags would probably suffice. But I suspect I'll
> need this again some day, in more generality, and I don't know
> the innards of RTF well enough to want to implement it myself.