Open the Web Right in Microsoft Office

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The Digital Inspiration blog had some cool tips on how to open the internet right into your desktop applications, but what caught my eye was their example of opening a web page in Microsoft Word. To do so, all you need to do is type in a URL in the "Open" box - just don't forget the http://. Of course, the web page might not look the same in Word as it does on the web, but this is handy way to import web content into a document.

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    TEN

    Thanks sarah !
     But I think many have been doing this since long. Word is known for accepting and opening different formats. Sometimes some web pages which we had saved and is offline and contains formatting , tables etc is also opened in word by just copying the content and pasting into word. In word the table etc is shown as it without disturbing the format.

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    TEN

    Thanks sarah !
     But I think many have been doing this since long. Word is known for accepting and opening different formats. Sometimes some web pages which we had saved and is offline and contains formatting , tables etc is also opened in word by just copying the content and pasting into word. In word the table etc is shown as it without disturbing the format.

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    TEN

    Thanks sarah !
     But I think many have been doing this since long. Word is known for accepting and opening different formats. Sometimes some web pages which we had saved and is offline and contains formatting , tables etc is also opened in word by just copying the content and pasting into word. In word the table etc is shown as it without disturbing the format.

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    tomsoft

    thanks

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