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It's dynamic HTML. Anyway, usually, that kind of content could be PHP nested within HTML, since PHP is pretty much server-side, you won't see it in a page source, at all.

But... why would you rely on Microsoft Word at this point? (Microsoft Word is not meant for creating websites imo)

If anything, it's a good time to learn about laying out with CSS and generating contents with PHP.
I'm mainly using word for making text/pic video game guides and making them into pdfs. Is there another way of going about creating stuff like this cuz im kinda new to this stuff
 

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Even then. HTML alone is fully capable of formatting and styling the text and images however you want it. I can't remember the last time I did any kind of designing in WYSIWYG mode. Eventually you're just able to visualize it all by looking at the code and that ends up being more reliable. Although, I like Visual Studio and Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition is based off of that and should be able to handle the basics for you.
Thanks a lot! Is there any limitations to the express edition?
 
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