hickoryhead - 6:00 am on Jan 17, 2002 (gmt 0)
txbakers mentioned Dreamweaver. It is probably the best WYSIWYG editor. Thought I'd mention Dreamweaver also has a "Clean Up Word HTML" feature. (I'm not plugging Dreamweaver; I tried it out but didn't buy it, because I'm used to text editors--Notepad, then EditPad.)
textism.com has a couple of webbased utilities for Word HTML cleanup also but I haven't tried them.
I used to love playing with making pages in Word 2000, but I soon found layouts get all out of whack when viewed in IE (and are pretty much unviewable in some Netscape versions.)
Excuse such a longwinded post. (Edited to say, I've tried out the Word HTML Filter but I may not have configured it right; it still leaves a lot of P CLASS="MsoNormal" rather than changing them to a simple P...)