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How to Download WordPress Posts to Microsoft Word in Chronological Order

How can I download a WordPress file converted to Word so that the output of blog articles in inchronological order, and retains paragraph breaks?

@James1993

For your requirements, you can change the date order of posts/pages to ascending order and export. Hopefully, it will help you to accomplish the task.

I think the plugin already retains the paragraph breaks. However, please share some more details about the requirements.

I don’t see the switch in setting to export in chronological order.

I still have a problem with paragraph formatting.

How can I do that?

This is urgent. I have a book on Ukraine Inwant to publish asap.

Can I talk to you by email?

Thanks,
James1993

Please check the Date column heading. You can use it to change the order of posts/pages and then apply Export to DOCX(Aspose.Words) action.

As already requested above, please share your post/page as HTML along with existing output and expected output. We will look into the issue and will share our findings with you.

We use the forums for technical support. Please feel free to correspond here.

Hi Tilal,

There is no Date column in my Settings, only a box to check if I want the date of the post to be included. That little box is in a much larger box labeled “Content of Exported Document” Below it is a large box labeled “Advanced Export Settings”.

I am using the Aspose.Words plugin for Wordpress on GoDaddy. Version 6.3.1.

I just don’t see any of the controls you are referring to. Following is my ID.

875775BC-8A52-49BA-8C65-7F4BDFA6802E

Is there any way we can talk or chat, so I can find a solution quickly?

I am in the San Francisco Bay area (GMT -7:00).

Thanks again,

James

@Trenchantobserv

Please note the date column is not setting option of Aspose.Words WordPress Plugin but an option in WordPress Posts/Pages page.

Thanks, Tilal.

That seems to solve thevproblem of exporting posts in chronological order. That is a huge help.

Now, can you help me to get Aspose.Words to export the posts with the paragraph breaks? Right now, the text is all run together.

Thanks,

James

@James1993

I am afraid we cannot reproduce the issue on our end. As already requested above, Please share some more details, your post/page and output document screenshot. We will investigate it and will guide you.

Blog article:

https://trenchantobserver.com/2022/04/06/ukraine-war-april-6-2022-iii-nato-consults-on-future-course-of-war-chancellor-olaf-scholz-decides-what-weapons-the-ukrainians-really-need/
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Ukraine War, April 6, 2022 (I): Memories of Aleppo, as NATO countries watch from the sidelines while Russian forces commit horrific crimes against humanity in Ukraine

Date 2022-04-06 11:48:05

Developing Due to rapidly-breaking developments and in order to facilitate readers’ access to the latest dispatches, we are publishing this article as it is being written. please check back for updates and additions.

To see a list of previous articles, enter “Ukraine” in the Search Box on the upper right, on The Trenchant Observer web site, and you will see a list in chronological order.

Dispatches 1) Bret Stephens, “Biden Is Still Right. Putin Has to Go,” New York Times, April 5, 2022: 2) “The Olympic Games, and the Battle for Aleppo, Begin—Obama’s Debacle in Syria — Update #70 (July 28),” The Trenchant Observer, July 28, 2012.; Commentary It was deeply ironic yesterday, when ex-president Barack Obama showed up at the White House to celebrate the 12th anniversary of Obamacare, and he received the celebrity treatment that marked his time in office. Memories being short, no one seemed to remark on the fact that his disastrous foreign policy and his meek responses to Putin’ aggression and barbarism played a major role in the course of events that led to tge Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022. Today the United States and NATO continue their policy of standing on the sidelines militarily, though they are supplying weapons to Ukraine, while Russian artillery, missiles, and warplanes continue to bombard civilian populations in cities they are systematically seeking to destroy. At the same time Russian soldiers continue the massive commission of crimes against humanity not only against bombarded cities, but also in towns like Bucha, a video of which Ukrainian President showed to the U.N. Security Council in an emergency meeting yesterday, April 5, 2022. Western leaders denounce the Russian war crimes and crimes against humanity, but are unwilling to do anything that will actually bring them to a halt. Their military passivity recalls the moral cowardice of tge U.S. and the West when Bashar al-Assad was committing similar crimes in his assault on the ancient city of Aleppo, a battle which Russia later joined in earnest committing its own crimes against humanity. In 2012, as the battle for Aleppo was underway, we wrote the following: Meanwhile, in Aleppo in Syria, a country where the international community and the Security Council have been unable to reach agreement to act effectively to halt the atrocities of Bashar al-Assad’s regime, the portents of death and destruction were all too palpable yesterday and today, as the regime’s troops, tanks, artillery, helicopters and war planes began a concerted assault on the lightly armed rebels of the Syrian Liberation Army, in what a pro-Assad Damascus newspaper termed “the Mother of all Battles”. Today, on Saturday, July 28, the battle was joined in earnest. Thus, as the world turns its attention to the joyful spectacle of athletes from countries throughout the world competing on the basis of individual merit, as humanity comes together for its quadrennial celebration of the richness and diversity of the human family, the people in Aleppo and in Syria are left to face the absolute terror and barbarism of the Bashar al-Assad regime, alone. Russia and China, along with the Syrian regime, are clearly to blame for this state of affairs, and populations who follow international affairs throughout the world are aware of the role they have have played in thwarting effective U.N. Security Council action. The United States and other Western countries warn of an impending massacre in Aleppo, as if anyone but they themselves could save the day. It is a new role for Americans: Eyewitness News reporters without an inkling of any sense of moral responsibility that might lead them to act. In this role, they are following the lead of their president. The Americans, the Europeans, top U.N. officials and others loudly deplore the lamentable state of affairs in Syria in general, and the unfolding of the “mother of all battles” in Aleppo, in particular. Leaderless, they stand helpless and paralyzed before the terror and barbarism of al-Assad. They provide countless declarations of moral outrage, and call for the nations of the world to increase their “pressure” on the al-Assad regime. The “pressure” of which they speak is a “pressure” of words, of plaintive moral appeals directed to war criminals whose moral depravity is beyond dispute. Or perhaps the “pressure” may even consist of voluntary economic sanctions, imposed by different countries outside the framework of the U.N. Security Council, whose impact is uncertain and in any event will take much time. Neither words nor economic sanctions, however, will stop al-Assad’s armies. These leaders are at once appalled by the terror, the barbarism, the commission of war crimes and crimes against humanity before their very eyes, and caught in their own moral cowardice, impotent, helpless, with verbal reproaches the only weapons they have the courage to wield. Paralyzed by their own cowardice, they will not act—not effectively, not in time to save the thousands of additional deaths that the grinding gears of war portend to claim, and of which they so earnestly warn. Enough with Words! These leaders can all do the world one big favor: Stop denouncing al-Assad’s atrocities, at least until they are willing to do something really effective to bring them to a halt. With their moral energies thus freed, they can pay close attention to the facts on the ground, to what is actually happening to thousands of human beings in the maw of war, and then they can seek quiet solace in their churches, their synagogues, their mosques, and the other spiritual refuges in which they must, as individual human beings, come to terms with what they have seen, and what they have not done. Enough with words! Enough with the self-absolving declarations these leaders offer to the world, and to themselves, so they can sleep at night, knowing they were present at Srebrenice, present at Auschwitz, present in Rwanda, over a very long period of time, and did nothing. *** We recalled the words of President Theodore Roosevelt, Recipient of the 1907 Nobel Peace Prize, on Words and Deeds: As for President Obama, who reportedly likes to think of himself as emulating the great American presidents, the words of President Theodore Roosevelt, recipient of the 1907 Nobel Peace Prize, come to mind. Roosevelt declared: “International Peace” … We must ever bear in mind that the great end in view is righteousness, justice as between man and man, nation and nation, the chance to lead our lives on a somewhat higher level, with a broader spirit of brotherly goodwill one for another. Peace is generally good in itself, but it is never the highest good unless it comes as the handmaid of righteousness; and it becomes a very evil thing if it serves merely as a mask for cowardice and sloth, or as an instrument to further the ends of despotism or anarchy. We despise and abhor the bully, the brawler, the oppressor, whether in private or public life, but we despise no less the coward and the voluptuary. No man is worth calling a man who will not fight rather than submit to infamy or see those that are dear to him suffer wrong. No nation deserves to exist if it permits itself to lose the stern and virile virtues; and this without regard to whether the loss is due to the growth of a heartless and all-absorbing commercialism, to prolonged indulgence in luxury and soft, effortless ease, or to the deification of a warped and twisted sentimentality. Moreover, and above all, let us remember that words count only when they give expression to deeds, or are to be translated into them (emphasis added). The leaders of the Red Terror2 prattled of peace while they steeped their hands in the blood of the innocent; and many a tyrant has called it peace when he has scourged honest protest into silence. Our words must be judged by our deeds; and in striving for a lofty ideal we must use practical methods; and if we cannot attain all at one leap, we must advance towards it step by step, reasonably content so long as we do actually make some progress in the right direction. [Footnote] 2. The “Terror” is a term characterizing the conduct of power in revolutionary France by the second committee of Public Safety (September, 1793-July, 1794), sometimes identified as the “Red Terror” to distinguish it from the short-lived “White Terror”, which was an effort by the Royalists in 1795 to destroy the Revolution. --Theodore Roosevelt, 1907 Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, delivered May 5, 1910. President Obama and the other leaders of the world would do well to take these words to heart, today, and every day hereafter until they find the courage to take effective action to halt the barbarism and the terror in Syria. *** These words from our article on Aleppo and the words of Theodore Roosevelt apply today equally, and directly, to President Biden and the leaders of NATO countries. The Trenchant Observer

@James1993

Thanks for sharing the additional information. We have reproduced the issue and logged a ticket(WORDPRESS-480) for further investigation and resolution. We will update you as soon as it is resolved.

Thanks, Tilal.

Best regards,

James

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WORDPRESS-480

Ahmad,

Here is some more exported text to assist your team in working on Case No. WORDPRESS-480, to solve the problem of the formatting in the files exported from Wordpress to Word with Aspose.Words.

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Government by assassination: President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs in the Philippines,and the crumbling of civilization (Updated December 15, 2020)

Date 2016-09-14 11:38:50

Update December 15, 2020 The Internation Criminal acourt is conducting a preliminary inquiry into whether President Rodrigo Duterte’ was on drugs has involved the commission oc crimes against humanity. As Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.”

See, Siobhán O’Grady, “In Philippines drug war, ICC sees ‘reasonable basis’ for crimes against humanity,” Washington Post, December 15, 2020 (12:55 p.m. EST).

*** Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte as alleged assassin

See Chris Lorano, "Philippine President Duterte Ordered Killings as Mayor, Senate Witness Says; In televised Senate hearings, man says he participated in a death squad under Duterte’s command, Wall Street Journal, September 15, 2016 (Updated 7:27 a.m. ET). Till Fähnders (Singapur), “Philippinen: Der Präsident als Killer? Rodrigo Duterte soll vor seinem Amtsantritt einen Menschen erschossen und etliche Morde in Auftrag gegeben haben; Das behauptet ein Zeuge,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 16 September 2016.

Duterte’s public exhortations to kill drug criminals See United Nations, Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (Geneva), “UN experts urge the Philippines to stop unlawful killings of people suspected of drug-related offences,” August 18, 2016. Excerpts

“We call on the Philippines authorities to adopt with immediate effect the necessary measures to protect all persons from targeted killings and extrajudicial executions,” said the new UN Special Rapporteur on summary executions, Agnes Callamard. “Claims to fight illicit drug trade do not absolve the Government from its international legal obligations and do not shield State actors or others from responsibility for illegal killings,” Ms. Callamard stressed. “The State has a legally binding obligation to ensure the right to life and security of every person in the country, whether suspected of criminal offences or not.” During his election campaign and first days in office, Mr. Duterte repeatedly urged law enforcement agencies and the public to kill people suspected of trafficking drugs who don’t surrender, as well as people who use drugs. The President was also reported as promising impunity for such killings and bounties for those who turn in drug dealers ‘dead or alive’. “Directives of this nature are irresponsible in the extreme and amount to incitement to violence and killing, a crime under international law. It is effectively a license to kill,” the UN expert on summary executions warned. “Intentional lethal use of force is only allowed when strictly unavoidable in order to protect life and should not be used for common policing objectives,” she said.

Obama as "son of a whore"

See "Obama’s response to Philippine President Duterte calling him a 'son of a whore: ‘He’s a colornful guy,’” The Trenchant Observer, September 6, 2016.

The strategic game: U.S. interests in the Philippines, and Duterte’s flirtation with China and Russia

Trefor Moss, “Philippine President’s Shift on U.S. Alliance Worries Military; His willingness to upend alliance with U.S. has dumbfounded even those in his inner circle,” Wall Street Journal, September 16, 2016 (4:44 p.m.).

Obama’s failure to speak out Obama was obviously “rolled” by Duterte’s vulgar outburst calling him a “son of a whore”. He proceeded to meet with him at the regional summmit in Vientiane, Laos. He made an anodyne statement that was probably drafted by his “Assistant National Security Advisor for Strategic Communication”, Ben Rhodes, as follows:

Obama responded in his own speech later: “Clearly, he’s a colourful guy. I always want to make sure if I’m having a meeting that it’s productive and we’re getting something done.” He added: “We recognize the significant burden that the drug trade plays not just in the Philippines but around the world, and fighting narco-trafficking is tough. But we will always assert the need to have due process and to engage in that fight against drugs in a way that’s consistent with basic international norms.” --Mary Papenfuss, "White House cancels Philippines meeting hours after Duterte called Obama a ‘son of a b****’; Duterte’s a ‘colourful guy’ but ‘I want a productive meeting,’ said Obama of the decision to cancel, Businss Insider, September 6, 2016 (01:34 BST).

When one might have expected a clear statement by President Barack Obama about U.S. values and its opposition to Duterte’s calls for vigilante justice against drug criminals and his promises of impunity for police and other officials who killed such individuals, what we got instead was a kind of diplomatic formula that played down the real issues. Now, Obama or his successor will have to sort out the conflicted military and diplomatic relationships that have followed (1) his announced intent to call Duterte out for the extrajudicial executions and his call for vigilante murders and guarantee to officials of impunity; (2) being grossly insulted in a manner which cost him enourmous “face” in the Philippines and Asia; and (3) then failing to respond even with clear words and a clear articulation of U.S. values and foreign policy principles, further compounding the loss of face. “Playing nice” obviously did not work with Duterte, as it has not worked with other authoritarian leaders. Obama should now make a clear statement on the issue of extrajudicial executions, vigilante justice, and impunity in the Philippine’s drug war. He should also speak clearly about strategic issues, taking care not to appear to be dealing from a position of weakness, which would undermine U.S. supporters among the military, the government, and the population of the Philippines. When the president of a country leads the assault on the “rule of law”, and there is no strong response from other countries, civilization itself starts to crumble. The Trenchant Observer

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Obama’s response to Philippine President Duterte calling him a “son of a whore”: He’s a colorful guy"

Date 2016-09-06 15:57:47

See also “Government by assassination: President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs in the Philippines, and the crumbling of civilization,” The Trenchant Observer, September 14, 2016.

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte recently said if Obama qustioned him on human rights at the G-20 summit in Hangzhou, China, or a regional summit to follow, he would tell him, “Son of a whore, I will swear at you in that forum.” His words in Tagalog have beeb widely mistranslated as “son of a bitch”. The words he used were, according to the Daily Mirror,

'Putang ina I will swear at you in that forum,’ he said, using the Tagalog phrase for ‘son of a bitch’ (sic). --Valerie Edwards and Hannah Parry for Daily Mirror, and Associated Press, “Filipino President Duterte says he ‘regrets’ calling Obama ‘son of a bitch’ in a rare display of contrition, hours after POTUS canceled their meeting,” Daily Mail, September 6, 2016 (updated 9:59 EST).

“Putang ina” does not mean son of a bitch in Tagalog. It means “son of a whore”, as the Daily Mirror itself stated in the same story:

Duterte won elections in May and immediately promised a law-and-order crackdown on drugs. ‘These sons of w****s are destroying our children. I warn you, don’t go into that, even if you’re a policeman, because I will really kill you,’ the president told an audience during a speech in the country’s capital, Manila. Duterte made it clear he would pardon police if they were charged with human rights violations for carrying out his merciless orders.

The exprssion apparently comes from the Spanish “hijo de puta”. For many years, until 1898, the Phillipines were a colony of Spain. “Son of a bitch” does not convey the same animosity, and aggression, as “hijo de puta” or “putang ina”. Obama’s response

Obama responded in his own speech later: “Clearly, he’s a colourful guy. I always want to make sure if I’m having a meeting that it’s productive and we’re getting something done.” He added: “We recognize the significant burden that the drug trade plays not just in the Philippines but around the world, and fighting narco-trafficking is tough. But we will always assert the need to have due process and to engage in that fight against drugs in a way that’s consistent with basic international norms.” --Mary Papenfuss, "White House cancels Philippines meeting hours after Duterte called Obama a ‘son of a b****’; Duterte’s a ‘colourful guy’ but ‘I want a productive meeting,’ said Obama of the decision to cancel, Businss Insider, September 6, 2016 (01:34 BST).

The United Nations and Duterte’s call for the assassination and extrajudicial execution of drug dealers See United Nations, Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (Geneva), “UN experts urge the Philippines to stop unlawful killings of people suspected of drug-related offences,” August 18, 2016 The two experts included Agnes Callamard, the U.N. Special Rapporteur on Summary Executions, and the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to health, Dainius Pūras. Ms Callamard stated,

We call on the Philippines authorities to adopt with immediate effect the necessary measures to protect all persons from targeted killings and extrajudicial executions,” said the new UN Special Rapporteur on summary executions, Agnes Callamard. “Claims to fight illicit drug trade do not absolve the Government from its international legal obligations and do not shield State actors or others from responsibility for illegal killings,” Ms. Callamard stressed. “The State has a legally binding obligation to ensure the right to life and security of every person in the country, whether suspected of criminal offences or not.

The Special Rapporteurs explained further,

During his election campaign and first days in office, Mr. Duterte repeatedly urged law enforcement agencies and the public to kill people suspected of trafficking drugs who don’t surrender, as well as people who use drugs. The President was also reported as promising impunity for such killings and bounties for those who turn in drug dealers ‘dead or alive’. “Directives of this nature are irresponsible in the extreme and amount to incitement to violence and killing, a crime under international law. It is effectively a license to kill,” the UN expert on summary executions warned. “Intentional lethal use of force is only allowed when strictly unavoidable in order to protect life and should not be used for common policing objectives,” she said. The Special Rapporteurs welcomed recent reports suggesting that President Duterte is now publicly condemning vigilante justice, and called on all authorities to take a clear and public stance against it. “However,” they underscored, “it is not enough.” “Incentives to violence such as bounties or the promise of impunity also seriously contravene the rule of law and must end,” the experts said. “All allegations of killings and extrajudicial executions must be promptly and thoroughly investigated. Perpetrators and instigators must be sanctioned without exception.”

By August 31, 2016, the number of killed in Duterte’s anti- drug campaign apparently exceeded 2,400.

See Mohsin Ali and Ted Regencia, "Philippines: Death toll in Duterte’s war on drugs; Police say 2,446 people killed in the anti-drug war during the first two months of the president’s new administration, Al Jazeera English, September 1, 2016 (22:55 GMT).

Bottom Line Duterte’s essential message was the following:

Don’t raise the issue of extrajudicial executions or human rights violations in our meeting, or I will swear at you in that forum, you son of a whore.

No one respects the president of the United States any more. Not Putin. Not Xi Jingpeng. And not even Rodrigo Duterte, the President of the Philippines. The Trenchant Observer

I hope this is helpful.

Thanks,

James

@James1993

Thanks for sharing the additional information. Definitely, It will help us in the issue investigation and resolution.

Thanks, Tilal.

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Tilal,

I’m under a lot of pressure to get my book manuscript ready. Do you know when you might have a solution on my ticket “WORDPRESS-480”?.

There must be many people like me who need a solution.

Best regards,

James

@James1993

Thanks for your feedback. I am afraid we cannot share any ETA/Update with you as the issue is pending for investigation in the queue. We will be in a good position to share an update as soon as the investigation is completed.