by Allen Wyatt
(last updated April 5, 2014)
Once you have created a document that you want to save as a Web page, actually doing the saving is quite easy. All you need to do is follow these steps:
If you are using Word 2000, Word 2002, or Word 2003, there is an even easier way you can save your document as a Web page:
During the saving process, the information in your document is translated into the HTML format used for Web pages. During the process, some formatting may need to be approximated, and some features may be lost altogether. You should make sure that you check out your saved document using a Web browser.
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