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Chapter 9. Creating Documents for the We... > Creating and Modifying a Web Documen...

Creating and Modifying a Web Document

You can save any Word document as a Web page—a special document designed to be viewed in a Web browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer. When you convert a document, most of the formatting is preserved, though some formatting, such as text wrapping around pictures and objects, is not converted and some features, such as table formatting, character formatting, page layout features, and security and document protection, are not supported by all Web browsers.


Tip

If you know which Web browser people will use to view your Web page, it’s a good idea to specify that browser and have Word disable any features that won’t work.



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