What file type can I use to save a web page I wrote copy for?
To include in my portfolio?
I think microsoft word .You can select the content on the webpage and copy it and then open microsoft word and paste. i didn't follow the last part of the question 'I copy for' maybe someone else will answer.
I was hoping to show the site with design included....a word doc. Doesn't have the layout of the site...
by CsabaOrsos 24 months ago
Unsupported Word file type.I have followed the directions here http://support.microsoft.com/kb/316951 and every time I attempt to open up the file in Word 2010 it tells me:"Microsoft Word cannot open this file because it is an unsupported file type."I am curious as to how to follow the...
by James D. Preston 8 years ago
I've gotten to the stage where I am getting a little worried about my online work disappearing or HP being taken down (I love it here, and as unlikely or as pessimistic as it may sound, it happens). I know many of you would advocate backing up offline, and its a habit I should've gotten into...
by Patty Florence 2 years ago
Can someone tell me what is better? Creating a hub using copy & paste, or the grid in hps?
by Susan Zutautas 6 years ago
What does this mean. The type of the file system is NTFS. The volume is dirty. Windows XP
by IRSHAD CV 4 years ago
What do you think about any type designing ? Is it a copy from nature ?
by M. T. Dremer 2 years ago
How can a self published author make their own web page?In the age of social media, having a webpage might seem slightly less important, but I've found myself needing a dedicated site. I'm curious how other self-published authors went about it. Did you use a template/hosting service that's easy for...
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