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6. Close the Site Designer by clicking the X in the upper-right corner of
the Site Designer when you finish making all the desired changes to
your Web site.
Conveying a message in your Web site
After you settle on the basic look of your Web site, you can start working on
your Web site’s message . Unfortunately, you’re going to have to do a bit of
homework here. The best way to add content to your Web site is to start
small and expand as the need — and inspiration — arises. At the very least,
you can start out with a “business card” Web site that contains very basic
information about your company:
Here’s a quartet of basic information items you’ll want to include:
Name
Location
Contact information
Brief description of products or services
Your Web site appears on the Internet as soon as you sign up for an Office Live
account. Make sure that you replace the instructional content that is displayed
on your site pages before you announce your Web-site address to the world!
To modify the text on your Web pages, follow these steps:
1. Click WebSite in the Navigation bar of your Office Live Home page.
The Page Manager page opens.
2. Click Edit next to the page you’d like to edit.
The Page Editor tab opens. You’ll probably want to start out by making
changes to the home page.
3. Click the Layout icon on the Page Editor toolbar and select a column
layout for the page.
Unfortunately, you don’t have a lot of choice here; Figure 5-5 shows an
example of a three-“zone” layout.
4. Edit the existing text by placing your cursor in the area you want to
edit and start typing away.
You find all the comforts of your favorite word processor right on the
Page Editor toolbar. Click a button to change font attributes such as
bold, italic, underline, and font color. You’ll find icons to help you create
bullets or numbers as well as to center or right justify your text.
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