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Special Edition Using Microsoft® Office XP by Woody Leonhard, Ed Bott

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Choosing the Right Tool for the Job

Which Office program should you use to create Web pages? There's no universal answer to that question. Instead, the correct answer varies, depending on the task you're trying to accomplish and your level of Web sophistication.

Each application, however, has its own strengths, weaknesses, nuances, and gotchas. If you're trying to maintain a complex Web site, with a constantly changing lineup of links, or if your pages contain scripts and custom HTML tags, FrontPage is your only reasonable choice. On the other hand, if you just want to slap together a simple Web page with minimal fuss, Word might be able to handle it—and the Web Page, Filtered format will trim down some of the bloat so often associated with Word ...

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