Open Office as an HTML editor

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How is it possible to make Open Office Writer or even MS Office Word to be a customizable HTML editor?

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Open Office as an HTML editor

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Hi Dorothy,

Different applications can be used to edit html. You can even use notepad to create your own html.

I for one find notepad as a better tool for editing compared to MS Word or Open Office Writer.

For you to be able to use these applications as editors, just save a copy of the html file anywhere in your desktop. (this is the one with the .htm or .html extension)

Right click the file and choose "open with…" and select the application you want to use;

You may also directly choose "edit" instead of "open with…"

Thanks Dorothy, hope this is of help.

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Open Office as an HTML editor

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In latest edition of Microsoft office which you can use for editing HTML5, CSS and many more.

All you need to use some apps which are provided by Microsoft in its latest edition of Microsoft office.

Some of them are:

1) Content app

2) Task pane app

3) Mail app

 These are the app which you can use for creating applications as these app use office documents side by side so that Editing becomes easier and user can easily create application in HTML.

To know more details what more we can use MS Office Word as customizable HTML editor follow this link.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj220082.aspx

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