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Chapter 13. Using Word with the Web > Making Your Web Pages Available to Others

Making Your Web Pages Available to Others

To make your Web pages visible to others, you have to copy (upload) them to the Internet Web site or intranet site where they will “live.” You can do this in the Save As dialog box. Choose File, Save As, and then click the Web Folders icon on the left side of the dialog box. If you see the location you want, select it and then click the Save button. If you don't see the right location here, you can specify the location yourself.

You typically upload pages to a Web or intranet site via a protocol called FTP, for File Transfer Protocol. So telling Word where you want to upload your Web pages involves defining an FTP location. You have to do this only once. From then on, you will be able to choose the FTP site in the Save As dialog box.


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