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Chapter 8. Office on the Web for Experts > How Office Handles HTML Documents

How Office Handles HTML Documents

All the major Office 2000 applications include a Save As Web Page command that lets you translate a file into HTML format and save it locally or publish it to a Web server.

When you create a document in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or Access and save it as a Web page, the resulting file uses HTML as a companion format along with the application's native format. (FrontPage, of course, has always used HTML as its native file format.) As a result, all your formatting and most features can survive the "round trip" from Office application to browser; when you open the file for editing, all your formatting should survive the round trip.


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