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Support for 64-Bit Editions of MS Word 2010
Here are a few things you should know about:
- Even when working with a 64-bit edition of MS Word,
DocToHtml will internally use a 32-bit conversion engine. If you
absolutely need to maximize the performance of DocToHtml, think
about using a 32-bit edition of MS Office instead.
- Because of the same conversion engine being used regardless of
the MS Word edition, all conversion options and operation results
are the same both for 32-bit and 64-bit MS Word Add-Ins.
- If you invoke any function from the DocToHtml ribbon toolbar in
a 64-bit MS Word 2010, all Word document windows will
temporarily disappear. They will be restored as soon as you close
the respective DocToHtml dialog. This is a normal behavior, which
is to prevent unresponsive Word windows from being displayed while
a DocToHtml operation is in progress.
- The 64-bit MS Word Add-In DocToHtml DLL is named
DocToHtmlx64.dll. Do not try to load doctohtml.dll,
which has a 32-bit DLL format, to be used with a 64-bit
MS Word. In fact, Word will not even recognize
doctohtml.dll’s file format, which will be treated as a
broken 64-bit DLL. On the other hand, DocToHtmlx64.dll will
not work with a 32-bit MS Word version, which will not even
recognize it as a valid 32-bit DLL.
- Since the 32-bit conversion engine is still used internally,
both DocToHtmlx64.dll and doctohtml.dll libraries
must be properly registered in your system. The installation
program does the registration automatically. You can also register
the above DLLs manually via regsvr32.