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Editing Source Code Using the Microsoft Script Editor

If you’re comfortable working with HTML code, Web scripts, and cascading style sheet information, you might want to tweak your Web pages’ source code directly from time to time. The Microsoft Script Editor allows you to view and edit your Web page documents’ HTML source code. In addition, you can use the Microsoft Script Editor to add VBScript and JScript to your files.

To display a Web page’s source code, open the document in Word, and then choose View, HTML Source. The first time you access the Microsoft Script Editor, you might see a message box stating that you have to install it. To do so, simply insert your installation CD, and then click Install. If you don’t see the HTML Source menu option, choose Tools, Macro, Microsoft Script Editor to install the Script Editor. After the installation is complete, your Web page’s source code will be displayed in the Microsoft Script Editor window, as shown in Figure 26-23.


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