I'm have a tough time getting my HTML that I am pasting into word to be converted to the proper styles I want.
My HTML includes: dt, dd, h1-h7, p, li, ul... etc.
dt and dd are not working... Word thinks they are paragraphs and applies the "Normal" style to them.
h1-h7 work great
li works great
What can I put into word so that when I paste in these dt & dd they will select a proper style?
EDIT: I certainly appreciate the responses received so far, however nobody has really answered this yet. I cannot decide what the export medium is for this job, as I am not the decision maker. The requirement is MS Word files. There will be headers and footers, page numbering and a table of contents to the project, but whenever I paste HTML into Word the same problem happens: certain tags are styled and others are ignored.
My guess is that this is a deficiency/bug in MS Word, so I will go ahead and open a ticket with Microsoft.
EDIT 2: This was migrated off Stackexchange I guess because it isn't really programing-related or whatnot, even though it is for a programming project.
I have found a suitable answer to this. By stylizing each HTML object in the source, Word will then apply styles if you "paste" with the option "Keep source formatting".
Works for me!