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Chapter 26. Creating Professional Web Sites > Inserting Web Page Components

Inserting Web Page Components

In addition to adding text and graphics to your Web pages, you can present multimedia information, including movies, background sounds, and scrolling text. Word makes inserting these types of components easy by providing toolbar buttons on the Web Tools toolbar. To display the Web Tools toolbar, choose View, Toolbars, Web Tools, or right-click a toolbar, and then choose Web Tools from the shortcut menu. In this part of the chapter, you’ll learn how to insert multimedia components. The Web Tools toolbar also provides buttons that help you create interactive Web forms. Creating interactive Web forms is discussed in “Creating Interactive Forms” on page 739.

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Keeping track of multimedia files

Multimedia files are not automatically stored in the HTML folder when you save a Web page in Word. Therefore, the best way to approach inserting a movie or sound file into your document is to copy the multimedia elements into your HTML folder before you add the components to your page. That way, the multimedia components will be easy to find when you insert them in your page, and the multimedia links will work properly after you upload your Web page files.



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