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Chapter 15. Sharing Knowledge Using the Web > Publishing Documents on the Web

Publishing Documents on the Web

Many Web sites today are not just marketing vehicles; they are knowledge repositories that are available to everyone in the organization, to selected partners and clients, or to the world at large. Publishing content on the Web has become an important task for an entirely new category of workers—sometimes called Web content managers. For most organizations, the majority of that content consists of Word documents.

There are two primary ways to upload Word documents to the Web. You can either upload them in their original format so they appear as a link and can be opened in Word or saved to your local drive, or you publish it—that is, convert it to a Web page.


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