Jerzy Czopik wrote:
Tags in the middle of words are mainly spacing tags, font change tags or hyphens, which in fact shouldn't be there.
In normal cases (but the one I describe below) you can move such tags in front of the word or place them behind.
Only if those tags represent hyphens (Hals-Nasen-Ohrenarzt) you would need to remove them (ear, nose and throat specialist) - this is what you need a source text printed out or as PDF.
As the DVX tags are mandatory for some formats (e.g. RTF or DOC), the only universal approach is to move 'em, as Jurek suggested first.
If you know the file type, you may guess the meaning of some tags and eliminate 'em but the safest way is to leave 'em somewhere (always in the right order).
And indeed, the document is prepared in a wrong way.
It should not contain these messy tags.