showed you how to use Office products to create Web pages. Word
offers the advantage in your initial Web page design, unless, of course, you want to put a PowerPoint presentation on the Web ”in which case, the PowerPoint templates offer the best place to start your Web page design.
You can use Word as your primary Web-page development tool and import other Office products as needed to add their elements to the Web page that you save from Word. PowerPoint offers a unique Web page design wizard that designs Web-based presentations with the same look and feel as other Web pages.
Now that you have seen how to use Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint to create Web pages from your Office data, you're ready to move to a new Office 2003 program, Microsoft Publisher. With Publisher, you will be able to create, edit, and arrange a publication such as a newsletter, flyer, or even rather complicated Web pages with ease. Hour 23, "Publishing with Flair Using Publisher 2003," explores Publisher.