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Part 5: Collaborating Online and on Team... > Creating Professional Web Sites

Chapter 26. Creating Professional Web Sites

Understanding Web Page Creation Basics703
Configuring Web-Related Options706
Building Web Pages and Web Sites711
Saving Your Web Pages713
Working with Web Page Text and Tables717
Including Hyperlinks719
Working with Web Graphics727
Inserting Web Page Components734
Creating Interactive Forms739
Working with Cascading Style Sheets741
Editing Source Code Using the Microsoft Script Editor744
Publishing Your Web Pages745


Many people are finding their way onto the World Wide Web, and they’re following a variety of paths to get there. One approach you can take to building an online presence is to create your Web pages and Web sites using Word 2003. As you’ll see in this chapter, Word provides enough Web page creation features that you can create professional-looking Web pages and Web sites in the same way you create Word documents—by entering and formatting information in a document. This chapter covers the Word features that you can use to create Web pages.


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