How to Create a Web Site in Microsoft Word

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To create a Web site using Microsoft Word, go to the "Project Gallery," click on "Web Page" and start adding images and text before saving it as a Web page. Preview a Word-created Web page in the default browser with a tutorial from a computer consultant in this free video on computer programs.

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Hi, this is Kyle Parker for Expert Village and I'm going to show you how to create a website using Microsoft Word. Now although I don't prefer to use Microsoft Word to create websites, there's many other applications such as DreamWeaver or iWeb or even online versions such as WordPress and things like that that are a little easier to use for different things, but for very basic website, Microsoft Word does just fine. So there's two ways you can go about it, you can go up here and go to project gallery and just click on webpage or you can just simply create a new document and start putting whatever you would like into your document. So I want to put in a picture into mine so I'm going to bring over a picture from the finder or if you have Windows Explorer throw it in there. Then I want to give it a title heading here, you can then change the fonts around to whatever you'd like. And then you will simply go to file, save as webpage, when you're done. Before that you can actually do a webpage preview and it'll open up in your default web browser. I use Firefox. And this is our website that we've created. That's what it's going to look like. And then when I'm all done I'll just save as a webpage, we'll just call this frisbee catch. And then you'll see all these things here, you have different options. Your web options can give you a webpage title, some key words to help you for searching, update links on page, that's always good to have. And then you're allowed to choose your format for pictures so things are going to be re-encoded. And then you can choose your type for the type of document encoding that this is going to have. And it's just best to keep things in their default stage. Once we've saved it out our main page will have our actual html file and then all the files that are associated with this so we will have our picture document files that the webpage will reference. So whenever you go to like a free website hosting place you can just take these two file and this folder here and upload those and you'll be able to host your website anywhere and people can view it.

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