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Introduction

World Wide Web technology is now available for all your Microsoft Office 2003 programs. You can add hyperlinks (graphic objects or text you click to jump to other Office documents and intranet or Internet pages) to your Office documents. Office makes it easy to create a Web page without learning HTML, the coding system used to format Web pages. In addition, you can save any document as a Web page to your hard drive just as you would save an Office document. You can also preview how your document will look as a Web page in your Office program or in your browser. Without ever leaving an Office program, you can turn a document into a Web page. Office allows you to work with people around the world as if they were around a conference table.


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