Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Blogging from inside Word
Single File Web Page: Choose the Single File Web Page option and
click the Save As button. The Save As dialog box opens.
Book IX
Chapter 2
Web Page: Choose the Save as Another File Type option, click the
Save As button, and in the Save As dialog box, open the Save as Type
drop-down list and choose Web Page.
4. In the Save As dialog box, click the Change Title button, enter a
descriptive title in the Enter Text dialog box, and click OK.
The title you enter will appear in the title bar along the top of the web
browser window.
5. Choose a folder for storing your new web page.
If you followed my advice about creating a web page, choose the folder
you recently created for storing the page and its attendant files.
6. Click the Save button.
If your file includes features that can’t be displayed in a web browser,
the Compatibility Checker dialog box tells you what those features are.
Click the Continue button to create your web page.
Opening a web page in your browser
To open a web page you fashioned from an Office file, open the folder where
you stored the web page in Computer or Windows Explorer and double-click
the .htm or .mht file. For example, if your file is called Sales Projections,
double-click the Sales Projections.htm or Sales Projections.mht file to open
the web page.
Blogging from inside Word
The word blog is shorthand for web log. A typical blog is a hodgepodge of
commentary and links to online news sources and often other blogs where
topics of concern to the blogger are discussed. Many blogs are online
diaries. You get a daily picture of what the blogger is interested in — dating,
technology, politics, and just about anything else under the sun.
To make it easier to keep a blog, Word offers special commands for writing
blog entries and posting them immediately with a blogging service. Figure
2-4 shows the blogging feature in action. The title and the blog entry in the
Word document are transported in toto to the blog without your having to
enter a password or even visit a blogging service. What’s more, Word offers
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