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Javascript not showing on word document

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Hello everyone, so the code that I have below opens on a word document, everything looks fine, except that the javascript part is not showing idk why, if you open it on a browser by removing those 2 hearders at the top the javascripts works, which shows the current date, but on the word document it doesn't show, anybody knows how to fix this?
 
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<?php
header("Content-type: application/vnd.ms-word");
header("Content-Disposition: attachment;Filename=document_name.doc");   ?>
 
    
  <html>
   
<head>

 <script language="JavaScript">
   
function mdy(todaysdate) {
//calls the function mdy why to get our date
         var month = new Array();
    month[0] = "January";
    month[1] = "February";
    month[2] = "March";
    month[3] = "April";
    month[4] = "May";
    month[5] = "June";
    month[6] = "July";
    month[7] = "August";
    month[8] = "September";
    month[9] = "October";
    month[10] = "November";
    month[11] = "December";

    var d = new Date();
    var n = month[d.getMonth()];

return n+" "+todaysdate.getDate()+", "+todaysdate.getFullYear()

    

}
  </script>
  <style  type="text/css">  
    #MainWrapper {
margin: 0 auto 0 auto;
 position:relative;
    width: 530px;

    background: #FFFFFF;
   clear: both;
     
}
  hr.hr1{

       position: absolute;
  top:700px;

}
hr.hr2{

    position: absolute;
  top:820px;
}
form {float:center;}
</style>
</head>
<body>
 

 
 



 
                <div id="MainWrapper">  
                                           
             
         
           
   <form  >     
            
<br/>  <br/><br/><br/>
 
 &nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp;  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp;  &nbsp; <script language="JavaScript">  
   
 sampleDate1=new Date()
document.write ( mdy(sampleDate1))
</script>                   
   <br>
   
 600
    
 
  <br><br><br>                  
  TO:  &nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp;  &nbsp; 240/Associate Chief of Security Programs <br>  
  <br><br>
 FROM:  &nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;  <?php echo $_POST[From]; ?>
  <br><br>  
SUBJECT:  &nbsp;  &nbsp;    Emergency Request for Badge for Foreign National
    <br><br><br>   
       
        
    
I am requesting the emergency processing of a badge request for  <?php echo $_POST[name1];?>   from  <br>
 <?php echo $_POST[Country];?> who will be visiting Goddard from   <?php echo $_POST[Date1];?> to <?php echo $_POST[Date2];?>. The <br>  
purpose of this visit is  <?php echo $_POST[purpose];?>  .<br> The reason the visit must happen at this time is  <?php echo $_POST[reason];?>  .
 

   
   
 
    
    
  <br><br> I apologize for the lateness of this request.  All of the appropriate documents for this individual have been <br>  
 uploaded to IDMax and approved by the sponsor.
 
          <br><br>    
 
  I look forward to your approval.
     
      <br>
  <br><br>  
 <?php echo $_POST[name2];?>
    <br><br>
   Concurrence:
   <br><br><br>  <br>
    <hr  width="390"  align=left  >    
       <table style="width:630px">
<tr>

  <td> <hr  width = "100" align=right   >  </td>
 
</tr>
</table>      
     Piers Sellers, Deputy Director for Sciences and Exploration  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp;   &nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;   &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;     Date    
   <br><br>
     Approval:    
      <br><br><br>  <br>
      <hr  width=390  align=left >
            <table style="width:630px">
<tr>

  <td> <hr  width = "100" align=right   >  </td>
 
</tr>
</table>           
           Robert Raimond, Associate Chief of Security Programs    &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;   Date
                <br>  
      cc:<br>   
        240/International Visits Coordinator/D.Brasel
        
              &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp;   &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;    &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;  &nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp;  &nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp;  


           
      </form>                     


   
       </div>


    
    </body>
 </html>[/source] Edited by ApochPiQ
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Nevermind I solved the problem using a jquery datepicker and having the current date displayed as default

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If you have a solution, at least be kind enough to share it for other people who may run into similar issues.


Also, you should probably be very careful with what you post here in terms of quotes from wherever this originated. Someone may (justifiably) be very angry to find their correspondence floating around on the internet. Edited by ApochPiQ
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