First, let me explain a few things about using this tutorial. It will make your journey a little easier, if you take time to read and understand this information now.
- This tutorial can be use by those with minimal experience with Microsoft Word 2000, as well as those with more advanced skills. Links to mini tutorials are provided along the way to bring you up to speed.
- It can also be used by those who want to just create a simple page and then get on with their life or by those who want to learn as much as possible about the topic of creating web pages with Word 2000. Each lesson will give you the option to speed right through or to hang out a while and learn more.
- Study the table below to learn how each image will be used in this tutorial. If you forget, just hover the cursor over the image and you will see a description of how the image is used. These images will usually be found at the bottom of each web page.
Click on this image when you are feeling stressed.
It won't help you learn web design, but it might make you laugh!
Click on this image if you want to email the webmaster or if you need a question answered.
If I am in the room with you, just say, "Hey, I have a question!"
This image will link you to pages that provided additional information.
Think of it as hanging out to learn more.
This image will link you to pages that give you just enough information to get the job done.
Think of it as hopping on the shuttle for the fastest track to a simple web page.
This image will guide you back to the Table of Contents page so that you can choose your next lesson.
Think of it as the North Star.
This image will take you to the site map that lists all of the pages in this web site.
Used the Site Map to help you find what you are looking for quickly.
This image tells you that a screen shot is available.
A screen shot is an actual picture of what your screen should look like.
You might want to print sections of this tutorial. This image will tell you that there is a printer-friendly page available.
Please don't print from black pages. Think of the toner or ink that you will use!!!
This image will take you to the home page of this website, but not to your house! Take me to the lessons!