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Microsoft Office Live Small Business Beginner's Guide by Rahul Pitre

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Time for action — adding an HTML module to your page

  1. Bring up the Test page in Page Editor.
  2. Place the cursor where you want to add the module.
  3. Click the Module button in the Insert group on the Page Editor's ribbon. Select HTML from the Modules menu that drops down. The HTML dialog pops up, as shown:
    Time for action — adding an HTML module to your page

    The dialog contains a mini-editor where you can type your HTML markup. The Images and Hyperlink buttons just above the editor box help you add markup for embedding pictures and hyperlinks. As this is just a Test page, I'll type some simple HTML to show you how the module really works. I suggest that you do the same.

  4. Type the following markup in the mini-editor: ...

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