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Hour 23. Word and the Web > Converting Web Pages to Word Documents

Converting Web Pages to Word Documents

Once in a while, you may want to save a Web page as a Word document. Perhaps you found a recipe on a Web site and want to edit the text in Word, or you discovered a Web page about woodworking and want to take advantage of Word's formatting and printing capabilities to spruce it up a bit. When you convert a Web page to a Word document, Word does its best to preserve the formatting in the page.

If you want to use content you found on the Web for other than your own personal use, it's a good idea to contact the author for permission because the usual copyright rules apply.



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