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Hi Paul-

According to the FAQ for the site you listed, they only support certain platforms:

At this time Blog2Print only supports those four platforms. To submit a request for an alternative platform you’d like Blog2Print to support – please let us know at support@xanedu.com. If you don’t have a blog, you can start blogging for free right now with Blogger or WordPress. If you’re not sure how to get started blogging, we have an easy to follow post to get you up and running on Blogger in no time!

I don't think we've had any requests for this before, so I am not familiar with other companies that perform that service.

Perhaps tips for export to editable formats (Word, eg.)?

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Hi Paul-

I don't think supporting a Word export would solve the problem.  It's more about presenting the data in a structured format, which we already do, and for the application that is looking to import it to translate it. 

Could you be more specific, please? A Word export would be very useful; i have long experience with Word and publishing. However, if there's no way for an export to Word, what export or formatting options are there?

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Hi Paul- I was referring to your request for an export to a book publication service.  For that, the key would be having the HTML content be in a structured format.  And what I was saying is that Hoop.la's HTML code for blogs is already semantic/formatted, so it should be easily portable for a system that wants to support it.

There is currently no Word export function in Hoop.la. If you'd like, I'd be happy to convert this topic to be a suggestion for that.

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