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Chapter 26. Creating Professional Web Si... > Understanding Web Page Creation Basi...

Understanding Web Page Creation Basics

In many ways, creating a Web page in Word is similar to creating any other document in Word. In fact, you can initiate Web page and Web site creation in Word by opening the New Document task pane (choose File, New) and then using any of the following methods:

  • Create a new, blank Web page. Click the Web Page link to get started.

  • Base a Web page on an existing document. Click the From Existing Document link, navigate to and select a copy of the file you want to use to create a Web page, and then click Create New.

  • Use the Save As dialog box. You can save any open document as a Web page by choosing File, Save As Web Page or by choosing File, Save As, and then specifying a file type of Single File Web Page, Web Page, or Web Page, Filtered. For more information about the various types of Web page file formats, see “Saving Your Web Pages” on page 713.

  • Use Web page templates. Click the On My Computer link in the Templates section to open the Templates dialog box, and then select the Web Page template in the General tab. Or ensure that you’re connected to the Internet, click Templates On Office Online in the Templates section, and then search the Microsoft Office Online Templates page using the phrase Web site as your search term.


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