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Part III: Web Publishing > Browsing and Retrieving from a Web

Chapter 15. Browsing and Retrieving from a Web

  • Explore the World Wide Web

    Use Internet Explorer to explore the information, technical support, free files, training, and more that reside on the World Wide Web. Copy information from Web pages into Word.

  • Create a Web from Office documents on your local disk or network

    Use Word's Web toolbar and hyperlinks in Office documents to create a Web linking Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Web documents on your local hard disk, corporate network, or World Wide Web.

  • Work and move seamlessly between Office documents and Web pages

    Open and edit Office documents within the Internet Explorer even as you browse the Web or your local intranet.

In the last few years, we have witnessed a shift in information publishing that may have as great a consequence as the invention of the printing press. The printing press did more than just break the medieval church's hold on information: It heralded a new age of thinking that enabled people to question authority and turn to a quest for knowledge. The cause of our new shift in information publishing is the development of the Internet, the World Wide Web, and the visual browsers that make it easy to gather information.


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