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where can i find a tutorial on using word web page design?
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Hi Wayne,

In general, the focus of the Word web authoring tools
has been to save a copy of a .DOC file in HTML format
without needing to learn anything about web pages and
that someone else with Word could retrieve and end up
with all of the original .DOC content. It is also
targeted for use with MS Sharepoint based sites.

If you're using it as a web authoring tools rather
than a web based Word document system you may want
to use the File=Save As=Word, Web Page-Filtered,
for public web pages after saving your original as
a .doc file.

Within the MS Office product family, MS Office Frontpage
is the MS product that is focused on web site design
and layout.

The information here may be helpful to you
http://microsoft.com/Office/previous...fe/default.asp
in additionto the help topics in Word help under webpage
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/as...222721033.aspx

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Hi Wayne,

In general, the focus of the Word web authoring tools
has been to save a copy of a .DOC file in HTML format
without needing to learn anything about web pages and
that someone else with Word could retrieve and end up
with all of the original .DOC content. It is also
targeted for use with MS Sharepoint based sites.

If you're using it as a web authoring tools rather
than a web based Word document system you may want
to use the File=Save As=Word, Web Page-Filtered,
for public web pages after saving your original as
a .doc file.

Within the MS Office product family, MS Office Frontpage
is the MS product that is focused on web site design
and layout.

The information here may be helpful to you
http://microsoft.com/Office/previous...fe/default.asp
in additionto the help topics in Word help under webpage
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/as...222721033.aspx

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where can i find a tutorial on using word web page design?
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Originally Posted by Bob Buckland ?:-\) View Post
Hi Wayne,

In general, the focus of the Word web authoring tools
has been to save a copy of a .DOC file in HTML format
without needing to learn anything about web pages and
that someone else with Word could retrieve and end up
with all of the original .DOC content. It is also
targeted for use with MS Sharepoint based sites.

If you're using it as a web authoring tools rather
than a web based Word document system you may want
to use the File=Save As=Word, Web Page-Filtered,
for public web pages after saving your original as
a .doc file.

Within the MS Office product family, MS Office Frontpage
is the MS product that is focused on web site design
and layout.

The information here may be helpful to you
http://microsoft.com/Office/previous...fe/default.asp
in additionto the help topics in Word help under webpage
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/as...222721033.aspx

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I totally agree with you. Thanks for your help.
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