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Convert Microsoft Word Open XML macro-enabled document to Microsoft Word HTML document template file.

We have found one software suitable in our database for this conversion.

Using Microsoft Word you can simply re-save (File → Save as..) opened DOCM documents to DOTHMTL format. This is often used to create a HTML based document template.

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Convert from docm file

Yes, Microsoft Word supports docm file conversion as a source file type.YesYesdocm editorYesNoNoNo

to dothtml file

NoYesYesdothtml editorYesNoNoNo

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Additional links: Open docm file, Open dothtml file


A docm file extension is used for default macro-enabled document format of latest versions of Microsoft Word. Such documents may contain additional VBA scripts or macros, that enhance some functions of the Word document.


The DOTHTML file extension is related to the Microsoft Word HTML document template file format.


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