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    MS Word in websites

    Hello. I need to find a way to open MS word inside a webpage.

    I can get a .doc to load

    <a href="http://beardeddragons.50megs.com/signup1.html">Signup1.htm

    but.. I need to find a way that when a person edits the document.. they can save it as well.

    Any help is most definately appreciated!

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    Are you talking about a msword webpage document or are you talking about a regular word document?

    I need to find a way that when a person edits the document.. they can save it as well.
    Not sure I understand this either.

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    an actual .doc that is uploaded to the website. I was wanting it to be able to save after a user edits the document.

    It is for a signup page for regular band gigs. Members would be able to go to the site to sign up for specific gigs.

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    Without going into using msword for a website(sorry but it is #1 on the ways NOT to build a page), HTML alone cannot do this, you will need to find yourself a good script.

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    Know of any good script resources?

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