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WD2002: Comparing Web Page Editing Features of Word and FrontPage
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This article was previously published under Q291149
For a Microsoft Word 2000 version of this article, see 211909
Web page editing capabilities that are provided with Microsoft Word and other Microsoft Office programs allow you to easily create various types of Web pages. You can also use Microsoft FrontPage to create different kinds of Web pages and to manage your Web site.
This article briefly compares Web page authoring in Word and in FrontPage.
To create Web pages, you can use the Web page authoring tools in Microsoft Word, Microsoft FrontPage, or both. Both programs provide wizards to automate your work, and both allow you to view your Web page content, such as bullets and images, while you work. One program may be better suited than the other, however, for certain tasks.
Use Web Page Authoring Tools in Microsoft Word:
Feature ComparisonThe following table lists various Web page authoring features.
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