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Chapter 33. Word 2002 > Web Tools and Other HTML Design Features

Web Tools and Other HTML Design Features

The Web Tools bar lets you add HTML elements to your page with a simple mouse click. Most of these are elements designed for Web forms, however, and without the need to produce forms, the usefulness of the toolbar is limited. If you are producing an HTML form, however, you can add drop-down boxes, list boxes, text areas and text boxes, hidden fields, password fields (in which typing shows as asterisks), and two types of submit buttons (one plain and the other with an embedded graphic). When you click the Submit button, Word interprets the current paragraph as a form, and it appears as a form in Web Layout view and when you save the file as HTML and view it in a browser.

Troubleshooting Tip

If you're having trouble creating a complex HTML form, see A Major Word Failure in the Troubleshooting section at the end of this chapter.



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