Looking for a free text converter? Look no more, upload your Word files and convert them to DokuWiki markup files. Yes, it’s that easy.
Converting from Word
Not sure if the world would be a better place without Microsoft Word, but I guess we’ll never find out. It’s here and it’s here to stay. Every fricking office computer has Word on it. Techies hate it, because it’s not really machine-readable, it’s proprietary and there is no documented standard. Office people love it though. There are not limits. Put text in it, fine. Add images, no problem. Want to switch the font to Comic Sans? Sure! Make a creative layout, amazing! Do whatever you like. But don’t forget to convert it to a proper file format before you send it to a techie.
The files end with
.docx by default.
Converting to DokuWiki markup
DokuWiki is basically the Mediawiki syntax. And Mediawiki powers Wikipedia, so I think it’s fair to say it’s a widely used format. The DokuWiki system is based on PHP and uses plain text files, instead of a database. With DokuWiki you can structure those text files, e. g. put headlines above a paragraph, add links and so on. If you want to convert those DokuWiki files to another format (to migrate to another system for example) or want to convert your files to DokuWiki files, we got you covered. Upload all your wisdom and we spit out the format you’re looking for, for free.The files end with
.txtby default. More about DokuWiki markup files