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Chapter 8. Word Meets Web > Creating a Web Page in Word

8.2. Creating a Web Page in Word

Most people who are serious about Web design use dedicated Web-design programs, such as Dreamweaver MX or Adobe GoLive.

But Word can convert any of its own documents into a Web page, ready to "hang" on the Internet. Make no mistake: Professional Web designers may sneer at your efforts, since Word fills the resulting behind-the-scenes HTML code with acres of unnecessary computer instructions that can make a Web page take longer to load into visitors' browsers. Furthermore, they can also render your design layout imprecisely. But when you need to create only the occasional Web page, or when simplicity and a short learning curve are more important to you than impressing professional Web designers, Word can suffice, and who cares about professional Web design geeks anyway?


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