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

Editing a Web Document

You can use Word to edit existing Web documents in HTML format. When you open an HTML document, it is converted into Word format. When you save it, the document is converted back to HTML format. Use the following steps to open an HTML document for editing:

  1. Select File, Open or click the Open button on the Standard toolbar to display the Open dialog box.

  2. The dialog box displays all types of Word files: documents, Web pages, and templates. To limit the display to Web pages, click the Files of Type drop-down arrow and select Web Pages from the list.

  3. Select the desired file in the Files list. (Change to a different folder first if necessary.)

  4. Select OK. The document is displayed for editing. Word automatically switches to Web Layout view when you open a Web document.

  5. Use Word's regular editing commands to make changes to the document.

  6. Select File, Save or click the Save button on the Standard toolbar. The document is automatically saved in HTML format.


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