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Chapter 24. Using Word to Develop Web Co... > Creating and Saving a Web Page in Wo...

Creating and Saving a Web Page in Word

In Word 2003, creating a Web page is much the same as creating a Word document. You do not need to open up a special environment or think differently about the contents of your page.

To begin building from a blank Web page, click on the Web Page link in the New Document task pane. A blank page opens, looking very much like (even identical to) a normal blank document. There are some differences, however, in some of the menu commands that are available when you are working with a Web page. For example, on the View menu there's an HTML Source command with a Web page. You will see other subtle differences as you go along. See the section “Adding Content to Web Pages in Word” later in this chapter for details.


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