Free online Microsoft Word doc to HTML code converter
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Paste or compose your doc in the editor and switch to HTML view to get the code!
Word Doc to HTML Online Converter

Word Document to HTML Online Converter

Paste your doc and switch to the HTML tab

Free online Word to HTML converter with built-in code cleaning features and easy switch between the visual and source editors. It works perfectly for any document conversion, like Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF, Google Docs, Sheets, and many more. You can also use this tool for composing web content from scratch or just to tidy up the dirty markup.

As a legacy of the well-known but discontinued WordOff online tool we wanted to keep the user interface as simple as possible and adding many new features according to our visitors' feedbacks.

How to Convert Doc to HTML?

The process is very simple with this free online tool and it requirest just a few simple steps:

  1. Open your file with Microsoft Word, WPS Writer or any other rich text editor.
  2. Copy-paste the content into the area above.
  3. Switch to the HTML tab and clean the code.

Wordpress HTML Editor

Word HTML is the perfect tool to edit the source code of WordPress articles or any other content management system when their built in composer doesn't provide all functionalities we need. Compose the content right in your browser window without installing any extension or plugin to handle the syntax highlighting and other text editing features.

How To Use?

Paste the document you want to convert in the Word Editor, then switch to HTML view using the big tabs at the top of the page to generate the code.

Clean the dirty markup with the big button which performs the active (checked) options in the list. You can also apply these features one-by-one with the execute icon. When a clean operation is performed the program might add a paragraph to the text, containing a backlink to one of our partner sites. Please leave these unchange to support the this free website.

Additional editor controls

source editor commands  –  Undo, new page, indent markup, compress, activate encoding.

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Common Questions

How do I convert Word to HTML without dirty markup?

MS Word allows to save the document as an .html file but this will result in a lot of unwanted dirty markup. This increases the file size and disrupts the website styles if you end up publishing it online. It's recommended to clean the HTML with this free online tool.

dirty markup from MS Word
Get rid of the mess generated by Word Editors

How do I convert any visual text to HTML?

WordHTML editor works flawlessly for any visual document and allows them to convert with a couple clicks:

Copy-paste your document in the online editor then switch to HTML view in the header to get the result instantly.

How to open a .doc file in the editor?

First you need to open the document in a reader, select and paste de desired section in the web browser on WordHTML.

How to save and publish the results?

To publish your file on the web you need to paste the HTML code in a .html file and upload it to the web.
If your site is using a CMS then you need to log in with editor credentials and publish the article in your admin area.

How to clean the markup?

Switch to HTML view to see the code, review the cleaning settings and press the big Clean button.
Remove automatically inline styles, classes, empty tags, comments and other unwanted bits.

markup cleaning
The markup can be cleaned with the click of a button

Can I convert HTML code to Word document?

Inverse conversion is also possible with WordHTML. Insert your code when the HTML tab is active and switch to Word Editor.

Is WordHTML an online Word editor?

Yes, and it's even more. It supports the most common WYSIWYG features but you can't save your document. To save you'll have to copy the results in a desktop editor and save there.