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MediaWiki Add-in For Office Word 2007 and 2010

MediaWiki is the most popular wiki software that power a number of wiki websites including Wikipedia, Wiktionary and Wikinews. The Media Wiki add-in for Microsoft Office Word (Word 2007 and 2010) turns your Word into a Wiki WYSIWYG Editor.

A most attractive feature of this Media Wiki add-in is you can directly save any word documents into Wiki Format or Wiki style markup without knowing Wiki formatting code.

How it work? Download the MediaWiki Add-in from Microsoft and install it. Just create a document as usual or open an old document. Save it by clicking File – Save As – MediaWiki.

You can paste this newly converted Wiki Markup into your MediaWiki page.


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