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Chapter 33. Word 2002 > Word 2002's Web Page Wizard and Templates

Word 2002's Web Page Wizard and Templates

The heading for this section, "Word 2002's Web Page Wizard and Templates," is extremely similar to the heading for Chapter 13, "Creating a Web: Templates and Wizards." Obviously, we did this intentionally, to emphasize once again the degree to which the programs overlap in certain functions. Actually, though, that's true of another Office program as well: Publisher. Like Word, Publisher contains a Web site wizard that's very similar to Word's and Web page templates for creating individual Web documents quickly. Like FrontPage, Publisher is concerned with laying out and formatting information for specific media—in Publisher's case it's for desktop publishing primarily, whereas in FrontPage's case it's for the World Wide Web—and the two programs thus share a similar kind of purpose. Word feeds both of them well because its focus is the production of content.

To invoke Word's wizard, select File, New to yield the Task pane (unless it's already showing); then click Web Page Wizard to open the wizard to its first screen. At this point, you'll discover that even though it's called the Web Page Wizard, as the embedded help text tells you, the wizard creates a Web site. After running this wizard, you'll have a site of several pages and a navigation bar, at which point you can edit the site with Word or FrontPage. You can even put the site on a live server and work with it from there.


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