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Lesson 25. Word and the World Wide Web > Creating a Web Document

Creating a Web Document

You can save any Word document in HTML format, which permits it to be used on the Web. You create and edit the document using the usual Word techniques, arranging text and graphics to appear on-screen as you want. When you save the document as an HTML file, Word converts the formatting in the document to the HTML codes required to reproduce the same or a similar appearance. However, not all Word formatting can be converted to HTML codes. This means that the final HTML document might not look exactly like the original Word document.

One difference between Web pages and regular Word documents is that a Web page can have a title, which is displayed in the browser's title bar when the page is viewed on the Web. Word allows you to assign a title to a document saved as a Web page.


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