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Chapter 42. Working with Microsoft Publi... > Creating Web Sites with Publisher

Creating Web Sites with Publisher

Microsoft Publisher is designed for creating print publications, but as the Internet has become more popular, more people are using Publisher to create Web sites. Designing Web sites is not simple, even with FrontPage. FrontPage users have to understand how to use tables and other complex layout tools, and they must have a rudimentary understanding of the limitations imposed by HTML. If you're a Publisher expert, learning all the ins and outs of Web development just might not be worth it.

Microsoft realizes that many people are very comfortable with the easy page layout tools of Publisher and want to put content on the Web without learning the complexities of Web development. For those people, Publisher provides the ability to save a publication in HTML format. That ability, however, does not come without a price. As you will see in this chapter, HTML files generated by Publisher can carry a significant amount of code, and they might not always display the way you expect them to.


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