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Saving Your Web Pages

After you create a Web page document but before you get too far into Web page development, you need to save your Web pages. As with most document creation tasks, you should always (always, always, always) save your work frequently to avoid losing data due to unexpected system failures or power losses.

Saving Web pages involves a couple of key tasks that don’t come into play when you save standard word processing documents. Specifically, you need to verify or add Web title bar text, and you need to determine whether you want to save your Web page so that you can continue to edit it in Word or save it in as streamlined a form as possible for publication on the Internet.


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