I too have the same problem, but I didn't get your concept or idea. Could you please elaborate a little? I will appreciate if you could direct me to a working example, code or whatever.
Another approach is to save Word documents (2003 version) as XML files. This means you can open and query the document using XmlDocument/XPathDocument very easily. You can also convert such XML into HTML using an XSLT transformation (see here for more information).
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