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Easy Microsoft Word 2010 by Sherry Kinkoph Gunter

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Chapter 11. Using Word on the Internet

There are several features available to help you use Word with the Internet. For starters, you can access Word’s online Help files anytime you need help with the program (see Chapter 1, “Getting Started with Word,” to learn more about using the Help feature). You can also e-mail a document as a file attachment, a link, a PDF or XPS file, or Internet Fax (with the help of a fax service provider, available for a fee). In this chapter, you learn how to e-mail a document as a file attachment, one of the most common tasks you can perform using an Internet connection and Microsoft Word. In this chapter, you’ll also learn how to turn a Word document into a Web page that you can share with anyone using a Web browser, ...

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