How to Insert HTML Code Into a Word Document


Microsoft Word is a word-processing program developed and released by Microsoft. The software serves many functions when it comes to text, but it can also store pictures, graphs and even HTML code. Although HTML code won't actually work within a document as it would on a Web page, it can be helpful if you're trying to illustrate or elaborate on how the code itself works. By breaking it up into sections, you can make the code easier to understand for someone unfamiliar with HTML.

  • Highlight the HTML code you want to copy using your mouse.

  • Right-click the highlighted text and select "Copy."

  • Open "Microsoft Word" as you normally would. This can be a new file, or you can open a pre-existing one.

  • Right-click in the area you wish to insert the HTML code, and select "Paste."

  • Break up the code as you see fit, or not at all.

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