This plugin will process an uploaded .docx file, extracting all the content as a post/page.
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Do you have a lot of Microsoft Word Documents that you want to post or create a page from? This plugin will do that for you.
In the Administration you will have a new menu item where you will be able to set a few per use settings like the post title etc. as well as a field to upload a .docx file (Microsoft Word 2007 file). The Uploaded files as well as all temporary files will be removed when the script completes.
Please note: * The normal .doc will not work. Please do not upload any other type of file, the script will not be able to handle the file thus you waste a lot of proccessing resources for the script.
This script might sometimes be very Resource Intensive as well as taking a long time to complete based on your document.
This script will not modify the time limit for proccessing large files and it will also not modify the maximum file size for upload.
You can't run both the Free and the Premium version on the same WordPress installation at the same time, you will find errors of functions allready defined. Please disable the Free version if you have the Premium version.
We only test to make sure the plugin works on the latest versions of WordPress. This plugin requires features that was first introduced in version 2.8 and should be able to work on WordPress 2.8 and further. The plugin, however might work on earlier versions, but we can't provide support for those versions.
Support for DOCX to HTML have been dropped. Use Post Office, and if you then require support, we will gladly help you.
This plug-in will have a Global Settings page where settings can be modified for default behaviour etc.
Requires: 2.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.1.4
Last Updated: 5 years ago
Active Installs: 100+
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