Afaik both, Typo3 (http://www.typo3.org) and ENID (http://www.enid.de)
provide a WYSIWYG-editor with Microsoft's JScript capabilities and
therefor support the import/conversion of any Microsoft file format
such as word text or excel datasheets directly into HTML or XHTML/XML
on the fly. ENID is a commercial WCMS based on PHP, whereas Typo3 is
freeware with little blemishes (e.g. TypoScript) :)
Regards from Vienna, Austria.
Am 12.01.2004 um 23:51 schrieb Erik M. Hartman - Hartman Communicatie
> Mirko (and others),
> I now of at least one (Dutch) content management system that uses MS
> Word as (the only) editor. Check www.osict.com.
> With Word 2003 supporting XML others will follow, no doubt about it.
please trim your posts.