HTML Tidy helps clean up dirty HTML sources generated from Word.
I wanted to find this a useful alternative to the Dreamweaver command, but it has a long way to go. It doesn't strip out any of the Microsoft-inserted css, leaving html that is littered with span tags and other abominable markup. It also seems to be incapable of converting more than one file at a time without quitting and restarting. The open recent command doesn't seem to work. Etc., etc.. I'll keep trying new versions but for the time being this seems not to work.
Does not work at all for me. Tried dropping a file onto it, tried using file -> open... Acts as if nothing is there.
The last version support drag 'n drop and File->Open menu item.
Might I humbly suggest that the developer consider changing the name of the product so as not to create confusion with the very similar (but not Word-specific) software of nearly the same name from the W3C's Dave Raggett:
I'll download this and see how it stacks up against the Clean Up Word HTML command in the Dreamweaver Command menu. The price is certainly right, and I don't want to rain on the author's parade, seeing how this is free and he's trying to do us all a service. But still, I have to wonder at the wisdom of releasing any Word-related product when a new version of Word is scheduled to be released in about a week. I am sure it won't write good code, but it might write bad code differently.
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