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Office 2008 for the Mac on Demand by Steve Perspection, Inc. Johnson

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Chapter 16. Publishing Office Documents on the Web

What You’ll Do

Open a Web Page

Preview a Web Page

Create a Hyperlink

Add Hyperlinks to Slide Objects

Change Web Page Options

Save a Web Page

Save Slides as Web Graphics

Create a PDF Document

Send a Document Using E-Mail

Introduction

Web pages are multimedia documents that provide information and contain links to other documents on the Internet, an intranet, a local network, or a hard disk. These links—also called hyperlinks—are highlighted text or graphics that you click to follow a pathway from one Web page to another. Incorporating hyperlinks within your Office documents adds an element of connectivity to your work. Web pages are based on Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)—a simple ...

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