Instead of taking the time to learn a new program, you can create perfectly good web pages using a software program you already know--your word processor. Both WordPerfect and Microsoft Word have the capability to turn any word processing file into a web page. You can edit web pages, add links, and insert graphics to build a good-looking and functional web site. The following instructions apply to Microsoft Word, but the same process works with slight variations in WordPerfect. Note: Do not mix and match word processing programs. Although Word and WordPerfect both create functional web pages, their web editors are incompatible. You cannot easily edit a web page created with Word in WordPerfect, and vice versa. This is especially important if you are working with a team.
For this series of exercises, you need the following: