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OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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Creating web pages using a Wizard

OOo's Web wizard allows you to create several types of standard web pages. To use it:

Select File > Wizards > Web Page. On the first page of the Wizard (Figure 4), choose settings and click Next.

Note: If this is your first web page, the only settings option is Default.

Figure 4. Web page wizard step 1.

Choose or browse to the document you would like to format and add the Title, Summary and Author information as shown in Figure 5. Click Next.

Figure 5. Web page wizard step 2.

Chose a layout for the web site by clicking on the layout boxes shown in Figure 6. Click Next.

Figure 6. Web page wizard step 3.

Chose the information to be listed and the screen resolution, as shown in Figure 7. Click Next.

Figure 7. Web page wizard step 4.

Select a style for the page. Use the drop-down list, shown in Figure 8, to choose different styles and color combinations. You can browse to a background image and icon set from the Gallery. Click Next.

Figure 8. Web page wizard step 5.

Enter general information such as Title and HTML Metadata information, as shown in Figure 9. Click Next.

Figure 9. Web page wizard step 6.

Chose where to save the file and preview the page if you wish, as shown in Figure 10. Click Finish.

Figure 10. Web page wizard step 7.

To edit or view the document's underlying HTML code, click View > HTML Source or click the HTML Source icon Image:HTMLSourceIcon.png on the Main toolbar.

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