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Part: VII Combining Office 2003 and the ... > Creating Web Content with Word, Exce...

Hour 22. Creating Web Content with Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint

You don't just have to be a user of Web pages. You can create them yourself with the tools available in Office. With the Office design tools, you can quickly create Web pages that equal those from the pros. You can hone text, graphics, and data tables and present that data to the world on the Web.

Most Office users who do not learn FrontPage implement Word as their primary Web page development tool and import other Office product data into their Word Web pages. All the Office products are Internet-aware; they all enable you to convert their data to Web pages.

The highlights of this hour include the following:

  • What you need to publish pages on the Internet

  • How to save Word documents as Web pages

  • How to use the various Office templates to generate your initial Web pages

  • How to export Excel and Access data to your Word-based Web pages

  • Why you should limit the amount of Access information that goes into your Web page

  • How to save individual Access objects in a data access page

  • How to modify the way a PowerPoint presentation looks and behaves on the Internet


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