I've used 2 methods:
1) use XSLT to convert to HTML and open the HTML in Word. Lots of people have done the same.
2) use XSLT to convert to XSL-FO and convert to RTF using jfor http://www.jfor.org/
I already had XSLT to produce XSL-FO (which I was feeding to FOP to produce PDF), and though I had to make a few changes to support jfor, it did a decent job in the end.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Anne Mahoney [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Wednesday, 16 April 2003 6:40 a.m.
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> Subject: TEI to RTF
> 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. Suggestions?
> --Anne Mahoney
> Tufts University