Chapter 27. Using Office to Create Web Pages

In this chapter

Office and the Web 834

What You Can (and Can’t) Do with Office 838

Moving Between HTML and Office Formats 842

Web-Page Design Essentials 844

Working with Hyperlinks 847

Troubleshooting 849

Extra Credit: Viewing and Editing Office Documents in a Web Browser 849

Office and the Web

You may think of Office as a way to produce letters and spreadsheets, but it’s also a first-rate Web-authoring tool. Or, more precisely, it’s a collection of great Web-authoring tools. As in previous versions, you can save just about any Office document in Web format.

With a few exceptions, you can choose to save most types of Office documents in HTML, the language of the Web. When you use HTML format, your ...

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