How to Write HTML in Word

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Writing HTML in Word can be done by going to the "Project Gallery," selecting "Create New Web Page" and creating the desired text and images before saving it as a Web page and viewing the HTML source. Write HTML using the help of Microsoft Word with a tutorial from a computer consultant in this free video on computer programs.

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Video Transcript

Hi, this is Kyle Parker for Expert Village and I'm going to show you how to get to the html functions in Microsoft Word. So some of the first things you can do is you can go to your project gallery and or just create a new webpage and then your document would be opened up and you can just start creating whatever you want. Whatever you create can be then changed into an html document so whenever you go to save it you can save as a webpage. And you'll save it there to your desktop as a webpage. And then you'll get this ability here to view the html source, and this will include all the html that is included in your document. And you can alter any of that html code and exit and it'll show up again back into here under regular document. And that's it, you just simply have to open up an html document and then to go to the actual source code you go to the view and then you'll be able to see all of the coding that's going on to create that document.


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