Mastering Microsoft Office 97 Web Publishing
By Michael J. Young
Published by Sybex (now Wiley)
This book provides in-depth coverage of the new Web publishing and Internet features provided by Microsoft Office 97.
Topics on this page:
- Learn how to publish on an intranet or on the World Wide Web.
- Learn how to use your current Office skills to instantly create Web pages or build entire Web sites.
- Learn how to quickly convert any Office document to a Web document. Publish documents, worksheets, charts, forms, database objects, and presentations.
- Learn how to create exciting Web pages with graphics, backgrounds, video, sound, marquees, animations, tables, forms, and much more!
- Learn how to use the latest HTML features, such as frames, image maps, and Java applets.
- Learn how to publish interactive database systems on the Web for viewing and updating information.
- Learn how to import and analyze information from the Internet or an intranet in Excel and Access.
- Learn how to publish Web pages on your own computer using Personal Web Server.
- Includes many undocumented workarounds, inside tips, and advanced methods.
- Provides all the important steps the Office documentation leaves out!
Introduction -- Read an excerpt from the Introduction
Part I: Common Concepts and Techniques
Chapter 1: An Introduction to the Internet, the Web, and Office 97
Chapter 2: How to Use Office 97 to Publish on the Web and Access the Internet
Part II: Web Publishing with Word
Chapter 3: Using Word to Create HTML Web Pages
Chapter 4: Adding Text, Lists, Tables, and Forms to Your Web Pages in Word
Chapter 5: Adding Graphics, Video, and Sound to Your Web Pages in Word
Chapter 6: Using Word to Add Frames, Applets, and Other Enhancements to Your Web Pages
Part III: Web Publishing with Excel, Access, and PowerPoint
Chapter 7: Publishing Worksheets and Charts on the Web with Excel
Chapter 8: Gathering Information on the Web using Excel Forms
Chapter 9: Using Excel to Import and Analyze Data from the Web
Chapter 10: Using Access to Publish Static Datasheets and Reports on the Web
Chapter 11: Using Access to Create Dynamic Datasheets, Interactive Forms, and Integrated Publications on the Web
Chapter 12: Obtaining Information from the Web and Using Hyperlinks in Access
Chapter 13: Publishing Presentations on the Web with PowerPoint
Part IV: Using Other Office Applications with the Internet
Chapter 14: Using the Internet Features of Outlook and the Binder
Chapter 15: Using Personal Web Server to Publish on Your Own Computer
Appendix A: Moving to FrontPage
Note that some or all of these errors might have been corrected in more recent printings of the book.
Page 386, Figure 11.12
In the Save As Type list, the "Microsoft Active Server Pages (*.asp)" item should be selected in the Save As Type list at the bottom of the dialog box. Ultimately, you'll need to store the resulting .ASP file in a folder on the Web server that permits scripts to be executed via HTTP.
Page 547, near the top: URL for downloading Personal Web Server
The Microsoft Web site no longer seems to provide Personal Web Server (PWS) for download. However, PWS is included as an optional component with Windows 98 and possibly later Windows versions.