Creating an HTML Document


The easiest way to create an HTML document is to convert one that has been created as a document file in a word processor by saving it in an HTML format. Later versions of WordPerfect and Microsoft Word for Windows have this ability built in, but earlier versions require add-ons. The add-ons are free and downloadable from the software companies' home pages on the Internet.


Information about downloading Microsoft Internet Assistant for Word can be found at:

http://www.microsoft.com/word/Internet/IA/default.htm

Clear, concise instructions are given at this site for downloading and installing the application; however, general instructions for downloading a file are:

  1. Click the file that you want to download.
  2. Save it into a folder on your hard disk.
  3. Extract the files from the compressed executable (.exe) file by double clicking the filename in the folder.
  4. Open the readme or instruction file for further instructions.

For downloadable free upgrades to boost the HTML capability for various versions of WordPerfect, follow links at:

http://www.corel.com/

WordPerfect Internet Publisher for WordPerfect 6.1 for Windows can be obtained through file transfer protocol at:

ftp://ftp.corel.com/pub/WordPerfect/wpwin/61/internetpublisher.exe

A message box will appear in your browser window so that you may save the file. Create a temporary subdirectory or save the file in a Temp directory. To install the application, double click on the file name.


Information about HTML editors for various operating systems can be found by following links at the following URL:

http://www.yahoo.com/Computers_and_Internet/Software/Internet/World_Wide_Web/HTML_Editors/

A multitude of platform-specific sites present a greater variety of editors.


There are many good sources of information on creating HTML documents, but one place to start is at the following URL:

http://www.yahoo.com/Computers_and_Internet/Information_and_Documentation/Data_Formats/HTML/Guides_and_Tutorials/


 

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