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Can you make a website using Word? My new computer does
not have Publisher and I don't have Front Page at home. I
have been playing around with it today and it seems to be
workable. I haven't tried to upload it yet. Any
information would be helpful. Thanks so much.
Max /blockquote>

I think you sorta can ...

By this, I mean you can "save-as" an HTML webpage and it saves
everything locally on your hard-drive. What it does though,
is create some directories and references a bunch of things
locally to those directories. This makes it really cumbersome
to upload into a webhost and make...See More
Jun 19, 2006
megan /blockquote>

PLEASE do NOT use word to make your webpages - if you are on a
budget check out NVU [link removed]

hth ~megan
Jun 19, 2006
dcraft /blockquote>

Thank for your replies. I don't have Frontpage (I have it at
school). I have a free 30 day trial version.

I have a cheapy site at TeacherWeb and I also have a free site
at Geocities. I am really enjoying doing these and have been
about as creative as these 2 sites will let me. I think I am
ready to...See More
Jun 19, 2006
megan /blockquote>

Sorry, No, publisher does not do well for that, it is created for
making publications that will be printed out. Print work is very
very different than web work. If you are serious about learning
more then you don't need fancy software - just a text editor (try
the free notetab lite from notetab.com) and get ...See More
Jun 19, 2006
dcraft /blockquote>

On 6/19/06, megan wrote:
> Sorry, No, publisher does not do well for that, it is created for
> making publications that will be printed out. Print work is very
> very different than web work. If you are serious about learning
> more then you don't need fancy software - just a text editor (try ...See More
Jun 19, 2006


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