An electronic document is any electronic media content (other than computer programs or system files) that are intended to be used in either an electronic form or as printed output.
Another name for the web is... The internet!
Author's last name first name. "Title of Document." Title of Web site. Document date or date of last revision. Date accessed.
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The first document to be posted on the world-wide web as the Declaration of Independence poopy poop
Author's last name, first name. "Title of Document." Title of Web site. Document date or date of last revision. Date accessed. The URL.
another name for internetURL (uniform resource locator) is another name for 'web link'.[It may be located on the internet, but it is itself not the internet.]
Yes, a word document of any type can be saved as a web page. It's very simple. Create the document, which you want to save as web page. Now click on save as in main menu. A window will open. Here you have "Save as type" option. Chose "web page" and name the file in "File Name" box and click save. Your done.
It could be, depending on how loose your definition is for "compound document," but my opinion is "no." The Web is way more vast than a document. A Web page is a special type of document that can link to many different locations and other documents.
The World Wide Web
A web address.
Lke a link on the web, a hyperlink can get you to somewhere else when clicked in Word. You can get to a web page but also to other places, like another part of the same document or to another file.
Dave Raggett has written: 'HTML 3' -- subject(s): HTML (Document markup language), Electronic publishing, World Wide Web
The term you are looking for is 'Surfing the web'.