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I need to mimic the way Messenger boxes each message in bubbles.

Word, obviously, is not a tool for this. However, going full-fledged HTML is kind of overkill for me. This is for a research article, so being able to focus on the content is pretty important to me. There is LaTeX, but it lacks aesthetics.

More importantly, as I think I can simply copy the HTML code from Messenger, an editor/word processor that can implement HTML will work. It's similar to how WordPress has both WYSIWYM and WYSIWYG panels.

What word processing tools that can work with HTML code?

I use Windows 10.

Related: What word processing tools that can work with complicate text boxing?

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Word processors are different from HTML editors.

Typically word processors are a kind of general-purpose software which you can compose letters, reports, even writing books can be done by word processors. They also provide extensive feature to format documents. HTML editors are text-editors that can handle HTML files, and those are frequently used by web authors. It could be as simple as notepad to more sophisticated WYSIWYG-style like Dreamweaver.

For your case, you might to try KompoZer. If it still can't satisfy your requirement, you have to learn HTML (and CSS) yourself.

  • Isn't development of Kompozer stopped? – onurcano Dec 10 '17 at 3:32
  • Sorry, I don't know another software that suit your need so you have to learn how to code using HTML and CSS... – Bagas Sanjaya Dec 10 '17 at 9:02
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Another WYSIWYG HTML builder is BlueGriffon. Similar to Kompozer but I found it a little easier to use. BlueGriffon is still under development and the latest version was released in November, 2017. There are nice tutorials for both on the internet.

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