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WD 224
Word Web Feature Creating a Web Page Using Word
In the Lab
Design and/or create a document using the guidelines, concepts, and skills presented in this
chapter. Labs are listed in order of increasing diffi culty.
Lab 1: Saving a Word Document as a Web Page and in Other Formats
Problem: You created the research paper shown in Figure 2-83 on pages WD 138 and WD 139
in Chapter 2. You decide to save this research paper in a variety of formats. For each of the saved
documents, be sure to change the document properties, as specifi ed by your instructor.
Instructions:
1. Open the Lab 2-1 Computer Forensics Paper shown in Figure 2-83. (If you did not create the
research paper, see your instructor for a copy.)
2. Save the research paper as a single fi le Web page using the fi le name, Lab WF-1 Computer
Forensics Paper Web Page A. Print the Web page.
3. Use Internet Explorer to view the Web page.
4. If you have access to a Web server or ftp site, save the Web page to the server or site (see Appendix
D for instructions).
5. Using Windows Explorer, look at the contents of the USB fl ash drive containing the Web page.
Write down the names of the fi les related to Lab 2-1. Open the original Lab 2-1 Computer Forensics
Paper. Save it as a Web page (not as a Single File Web Page) using the fi le name, Lab WF-1
Computer Forensics Paper Web Page B. That is, change the fi le type in the Save as type box to Web
Page. Again, look at the contents of the USB fl ash drive using Windows Explorer. Write down any
additional fi le names. How many more fi les and folders are created by the Web Page format?
6. Open the original Lab 2-1 Computer Forensics Paper. Save it as plain text using the fi le name, Lab
WF-1 Computer Forensics Paper Plain Text. That is, change the fi le type in the Save as type box
to Plain Text. Click the OK button if Word displays a File Conversion dialog box. Open the plain
text fi le. Hint: In the Open dialog box, click the Files of type box arrow and then click All Files.
Write down the difference between the plain text fi le and the original fi le.
In the Lab
Lab 2: Creating a Web Page with a Hyperlink
Problem: You created the resume shown in Figure 3-90 on page WD 211 in Chapter 3. You decide to
save it as a Web page with the e-mail address as a hyperlink.
Instructions:
1. Open the Lab 3-2 Marsh Resume shown in Figure 3-90. (If you did not create the resume, see your
instructor for a copy.)
2. Save the resume as a single fi le Web page using the fi le name, Lab WF-2 Marsh Resume Web
Page. Change the page title to Constance Marsh. Convert the e-mail address to a hyperlink. Apply
the Orange, Accent 1, Lighter 80% background color to the document. Apply the Divot pattern
fi ll effect to the background color. Change the document properties, as specifi ed by your instructor.
Save the resume Web page again. View the Web page in Internet Explorer. Test the e-mail address
hyperlink. Print the Web page.
3. If you have access to a Web server or ftp site, save the Web page to the server or site (see
Appendix D).
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