The web page that you create in Word is partly WSYSIWG in that
it is possible to see the layout of the text on the page. However,
some of the features of a web page such as background colours
will only be fully displayed in a web browser such as Netscape
or Internet Explorer.
|To view your page in a browser installed on your computer, you need to click on the Preview in Browser button on the toolbar which looks like the example on the right.|
However, before you can view the page the web page has to be saved. Word prompts you with a screen like the example below.
Selecting the Yes button will open a File
Save dialog box like the example below. You will notice that by
default, Word selects the first few word on the page as the filename
and assigns an HTML extensions. You can then select the folder
to store the file in and change the filename if you wish.
Once the file has been saved, Word will open the default web browser
on your computer and display the web page.