22. Developing Online-Delivered Content

Word 2013 is a viable choice for the nonprofessional web designer who might be already familiar with Word but reluctant to learn a new application. Using Word, even people with no HTML programming language experience can create basic web pages with ease. However, Word lacks the high-end web design features of an application such as Microsoft Expression Web or Macromedia Dreamweaver, so someone who does web design for a living would likely not choose Word for that work.

In this chapter, you discover Word’s web development capabilities, and find out how to save in different web formats, insert hyperlinks, and even create a tabular page layout. You also see how to use Word’s blogging features and how to send ...

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