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Opening Web Pages

After saving an Office document as a Web page, you can open the Web page, an HTML file, in Office. This allows you to quickly and easily switch from HTML to the standard program format and back again without losing any formatting or functionality. For example, if you create a formatted chart in a PowerPoint presentation, save the presentation file as a Web page, and then reopen the Web page in PowerPoint, the chart will look the same as the original chart in PowerPoint. Office preserves the original formatting and functionality of the file.

Open an Office Web Page

Click the Open button on the Standard toolbar.

Click the Files Of Type list arrow, and then click All Web Pages.

Click one of the icons on the Places bar for access to often used folders.

If necessary, click the Look In list arrow, and then select the folder where the file is located.

Click the name of the file.

Click Open.

To open an Office Web page in your default Web browser, click the Open button list arrow, and then click Open In Browser.


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