> They are created using the cfcontent tag.
This does NOT create a Word file, it simply tells the browser to treat the
data it receves it as if is (instead of treating it like default
TEXT/HTML). It'll just be plain text unless you are specifically creating
a Word-doc-format file (be it native format, or Word-flavoured-XML).
And to use features of the Word doc format, you will *need* to create an
actual Word doc file. Best you check the Microsoft site for how do do this