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Unfortunately, I don't know of a way to convert docs in bulk but perhaps you don't need to. Simply using an SSI call to include their contents into an HTML page may be a workable solution. This will require them to be in plain text so you're probably still facing the problem of bulk converting the Word and WRI versions and I have no specific suggestions for this either. I have seen "HTML stripper programs," programs designed to remove HTML codes from a doc and I suspect there may be something similar for Word docs.
Hopefully, my post will stimulate some additional ideas or suggestions at least.
However, way beyond me I am afraid. I wonder if we should rally the scripting type people to see if they can suggest something.
Just a thought.
I then used the batch option to save them to HTML. This adds the Word data schema,CSS, and other unnecessary tags to the document doubling/tripling the size of the file.
I then stripped all the docs using the HTML Filter available at Windows.com located here ->
Wallah, multiple files in html!