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Part 12. Word and the Web > Converting a Word Document to a Web Page

Converting a Word Document to a Web Page

Open the Word document you want to convert.

Open the File menu and choose Save as Web Page to open the Save As dialog box.

Optionally click the Change Title button to revise the title that will appear in the title bar for the page.

In the Set Page Title dialog box, type your page title, and then click the OK button to return to the Save As dialog box.

INTRODUCTION

If you have information in a Word document that you want to make available to others, you can convert the document to a Web page and then post the page on a Web site or a company intranet. Before you convert your document, however, check with your network administrator to see if it's necessary. In some cases, you can put Word documents on company intranets without changing their format at all.


Specify a name and location for the page, and click the Save button.

You may see a message stating how Word will modify formatting in your document that can't be rendered by some browsers. If you do, click the Continue button.

The converted Web page appears in Web Layout view (View, Web Layout). To see what the page will look like when viewed in a browser, choose File, Web Page Preview.

Your browser opens and displays the Web page. Click its Close button when you're finished viewing the page.


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