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Posted on 2000-05-12
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I am creating a Web page on word2000 using HTML code.  After I save the file and as a Web page using .html and go to see it off line on my IE browser all I get is the HTML code and not how the site Shoud look on the web. Please let me know what I may be doing wrong.
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by:thunderchicken
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It sounds like your typing the html tags directly to Word2000, and word2000 will save the tags for you.

If you wish to do it that way, use wordpad or notepad and save it...

"mypage.html"

This way your text will be justified.
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thunderchicken earned 200 total points
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here's an example...

if you type in the tag in Word

<html>

the html code is actually

&lt;html&gt;
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by:AlexD
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That worked
Thanks,
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