3 Sharing Office Files Online Many Web pages are created using the HTML programming language. Web page editors are software programs designed to generate HTML code. A single file Web page is one file that contains the HTML document along with all the supporting files. A filtered Web page is an HTML document with the Office-related tags removed.
5 Creating Web Pages in Word Click Web page in the New section in the New Document task pane. Click File on the menu bar, and then click Save As Web Page. In the Save as type list, select Web page. Select a location, file name, and page title, and click the Save button.
7 Typing the Text of the Home Page In the Microsoft Word window, design your Web page just as you would a normal Word document. You can manually transform the look of any aspect of the Web page, or you can apply a theme. A theme is a designed collection of formatting options that include colors, graphics, and background images. To access the Theme dialog box, select Theme from the Format menu.
11 Inserting Hyperlinks Hyperlinks, or links, provide an easy way to navigate within and between Web pages. You can link to: An existing file or Web page A place in the same document An e-mail address Insert a hyperlink by clicking the Insert Hyperlink button on the Standard toolbar.
13 Previewing Web Pages in a Browser Before you publish Web pages for others to view, you should preview them in a Web browser to ensure that the pages look like you expect them to. Not all browsers display Web pages in the same way. There are several ways to preview Web pages in a browser: Web Page Preview command on the File menu Using the Web toolbar Use the Open command from the File menu in your browser
14 Creating Web Pages in Excel You can convert an Excel workbook into two types of Web pages: noninteractive and interactive. An interactive Web page provides tools for users to modify and format the values displayed in the Web page from their browsers, while a noninteractive Web page does not. In Excel, save the file as a Web page using the File menu and check the Add interactivity check box in the Save As dialog box if you wish to create and interactive page.
16 Publishing a Workbook You can publish either the entire workbook or a current selection in the active workbook. To publish an Excel worksheet, click the Publish button in the Save As dialog box to display the Publish as Web Page dialog box.
18 AutoRepublish Excel can automatically republish the workbook every time you make changes and save the workbook. To enable AutoRepublish, click the AutoRepublish every time this workbook is saved check box to insert a check mark.
20 Viewing and Testing an Interactive Web Page Open the Web page containing the interactive worksheet in your Web browser. Make sure the browser window is maximized, and refresh the page as necessary.
23 Creating Web Pages in Access You can create three types of Web pages based on Access database objects. A static HTML page is a Web page based on an object in at the time the page was created. A dynamic HTML page is an object that is created each time the page is viewed or refreshed. A data access page is a Web page that is linked to the data in the database. To save a static Web page, right-click the object in the database window you wish to use (or export) and select Export from the shortcut menu.
27 Creating Web Pages in PowerPoint Saving and publishing an existing PowerPoint as a Web page allows Web site visitors to view and navigate the slide show in their Web browser. Publishing the slide show allows you to choose options for publishing your presentation. Which slides to publish Browser compatibility Page title
29 PowerPoint Presentation in Internet Explorer
30 Publishing Web Pages Publishing is the process of copying the HTML file to a Web server or network server, along with the associated files such as images. Publishing is also sometimes referred to as uploading. FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a communication protocol that enables you to manipulate files and folders between remote computers.