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Use the HTMLToWord object to insert well-formed HTML (XHTML) text into a WordWriter Documentobject. You can specify a style to use when inserting text or use the document's default style. You can also specify whether to insert text after a specific element or at the end of a document.
The contents of HTML tags not listed on the supported tags page may be inserted into the document as plain text. The behavior is dependent on the settings of the AcceptUnknownTags and IncludeContentsOfUnknownTags properties found in the HTMLInsertProperties property container.
For an overview of how to use the HTMLToWord object, see Using HTMLToWord.
Type for user-defined delegate method called by HTMLToWord before inserting an element.
Type for user-defined delegate method called by HTMLToWord after inserting an element.
Type for user-defined delegate method called by HTMLToWord when an HTML img tag is encountered.
Return value from the user-supplied InsertElementDelegate delegate method
A LoggingLevel value specified the amount of information written to the log file
Sets the amount of information written to the debug log file
User-assigned delegate method that is called after HTMLToWord inserts an Element into the Word document
User-assigned delegate method that allows users to provide an implementation for retrieving the contents of an image and passing it back to HTMLToWord for insertion into a document
A user-assigned delegate method that HTMLToWord calls before it processes an XHTML tag
Contains settings that control how unsupported HTML tags are treated and provides an override to the default font used when inserting text into the document.
The full path to the HTMLToWord debug log file
Signature and Description
HTMLToWord.InsertHTML(String, Document, Element)
HTMLToWord.InsertHTML(String, Document, NamedStyle, Element)