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Title: Creating Web Pages with Microsoft Office 2007


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Creating Web Pages with Microsoft Office 2007
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Objectives
  • Learn how to share Office files online
  • Create Web pages in Word
  • Insert a hyperlink
  • Preview a Web page in a browser
  • Create Web pages in Excel
  • Create Web pages in Access
  • Create Web pages in PowerPoint
  • Publish Web pages to the Internet

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Sharing Office Files Online
  • Many Web pages are created using the HTML
    programming language
  • Web page editors are software programs designed
    to generate HTML code
  • A single file Web page is one file that contains
    the HTML document along with all the supporting
    files
  • A filtered Web page is an HTML document with the
    Office-related tags removed

4
Sharing Office Files Online
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Creating Web Pages in Word
  • Create a new document or open an existing
    document
  • Click the Office Button, and then click Save As
    to open the Save As dialog box
  • Navigate to the location where you want to save
    the Web page
  • Type a new filename in the File name box
  • Click the Save as type arrow, and then click
    Single File Web Page or Web Page
  • Click the Change Title button to open the Set
    Page Title dialog box, type a page title, and
    then click the OK button
  • Click the Save button

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The Save As Dialog Box
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Typing the Text of the Home Page
  • In the Microsoft Word window, design your Web
    page just as you would a normal Word document
  • You can manually transform the look of any aspect
    of the Web page, or you can apply a theme
  • A theme is a designed collection of formatting
    options that include colors, graphics, and
    background images

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Typing the Text of the Home Page
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Inserting Hyperlinks
  • Hyperlinks, or links, provide an easy way to
    navigate within and between Web pages
  • You can link to
  • An existing file or Web page
  • A place in the same document
  • An e-mail address
  • Click the Insert tab on the Ribbon, and then, in
    the Links group, click the Hyperlink button

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Insert Hyperlink Dialog Box
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Previewing Web Pages in a Browser
  • Before you publish Web pages for others to view,
    you should preview them in a Web browser to
    ensure that the pages look like you expect them
    to
  • Not all browsers display Web pages in the same
    way
  • Use the Open command from the File menu in your
    browser

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Previewing Web Pages in a Browser
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Creating Web Pages in Excel
  • Open an existing workbook that you want to save
    as a Web page
  • Click the Office Button, and then click Save As
    to open the Save As dialog box
  • Navigate to the location where you want to save
    the Web page
  • Type a new filename in the File name box
  • Click the Save as type arrow, and then click
    Single File Web Page or Web Page
  • Click the Change Title button to open the Set
    Page Title dialog box, type a page title, and
    then click the OK button

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Creating Web Pages in Excel
  • Click the Publish button to open the Publish as
    Web Page dialog box, click the Choose arrow, and
    then click what you want to include in the Web
    page
  • Check the AutoRepublish every time this workbook
    is saved check box
  • Check the Open published web page in browser
    check box to preview the Web page in a browser
  • Click the Publish button

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Creating Web Pages in Excel
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Creating Web Pages in Access
  • Open an existing database, and then display the
    object in the Navigation Pane that you want to
    save as a Web page
  • Right-click the object in the Navigation Pane,
    point to Export, and then click HTML Document (or
    click the External Data tab on the Ribbon, click
    the More button in the Export group, and then
    click HTML Document)
  • Click the Browse button, set the location where
    you want to save the Web page, enter a filename,
    and then click the Save button

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Creating Web Pages in Access
  • If desired, check the Export data with formatting
    and layout check box and the Open the destination
    file after the export operations is complete
    check box
  • Click the OK button
  • Click the Default encoding option button, and
    then click the OK button
  • Review the Web page in your browser, and then
    close it
  • Check the Save export steps check box, if
    desired, and then click the Close button

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Creating Web Pages in Access
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Creating Web Pages in Access
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Creating Web Pages in PowerPoint
  • Open an existing presentation that you want to
    save as a Web page
  • Click the Office Button, and then click Save As
    to open the Save As dialog box
  • Navigate to the location where you want to save
    the Web page
  • Type a new filename in the File name box
  • Click the Save as type arrow, and then click
    Single File Web Page or Web Page
  • Click the Publish button
  • In the Publish what group, click the Complete
    presentation option button or click the Slide
    number option button and enter the slide numbers

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Creating Web Pages in PowerPoint
  • In the Browser support group, select an option
  • In the Publish a copy as group, click the Change
    button, type a page title, and then click the OK
    button
  • Check the Open published Web page in browser
    check box to preview the Web page in a browser
  • Click the Publish button

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Creating Web Pages in PowerPoint
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Creating Web Pages in PowerPoint
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Publishing Web Pages
  • Contact your ISP or network administrator for the
    exact file structure, process, and location for
    publishing Web pages
  • Copy all the files and folders associated with
    the Web pages to the location specified by the
    administrator
  • View the published pages in different Web
    browsers and on several computer setups to test
    them
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