Text in Table format

Hi, I am unable to paste my text in Table format from MS Word
like I use to in Dir MX 2004...
Do I need a plug-in now or do I need to do it the long way
round, 1st make the text into HTML then do some scripting in Flash,
export it and import it into Director?
Please help?
http://justkuankuan.bravehost.com/Table.zip

Things I have tried...
Copy the text in MS Expressions/Dreamwaver and importing the
html in Dir, result: text not align.
Exporting text in rtf, html from MS Word, result: error 85,
or -1.
Please Help?

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