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I have an ASP.NET application that is producing Word output using:

<html xmlns:w='urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:word'>

I would like to either reference a Template where I can specify the Header/Footer or change the Header/Footer of the resulting Word Document. Using a template would be the preferred solution.

The page is writing straight HTML and this process is automatically changing it to a Word document. I'll happily consider changing whatever mechanism is used to produce the Word document so long as it does not require the ASP page to output anything other than the HTML it is already producing. I cannot rewrite the entire process to use some other solution - it must accept HTML. It should also open automatically in Word if at all possible.
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I found a solution for writing Word Headers and Footers at:

http://www.pbdr.com/ostips/wordfoot.htm

That works for now, but if anybody has a suggestion using Templates, I'd still like to hear about it.
 


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