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Chapter 19. Creating Web Pages with Offi... > Saving Documents as Web Pages

Saving Documents as Web Pages

No matter what Office program you are working in, you can save your document as a Web page. Then others can use a browser to view and even edit your document over the Internet or an intranet. You can continue to open and work with the file from its original Office program. Web pages use Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)—a simple coding system that specifies the formats a browser uses to display the document. Any Office document saved as a Web page consists of an HTML file and a folder that stores supporting files, such as a file for each graphic, worksheet, slide, and so on. Office selects the appropriate graphic format for you based on the image's content.


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