Your Microsoft Word skills can be better than your webpage designing skills. So, now you can use it to convert a Word document into a simple Microsoft Sway webpage and share it with the world.

The Transform to Webpage feature in Microsoft Word enables you to create interactive webpages that look beautiful on desktop or mobile. You don’t even have to think about the design as responsive webpages are based on the Sway template within Word itself.

This feature is only available for Microsoft 365 clients for Windows desktop clients and Word for web.

5 Steps to Convert Word to a Self Webpage

As your Word document is the cornerstone of a webpage’s aesthetics, spend time formatting the Word document.

Select the File tab > Transform > Transform to Web Page to open a panel on the right side of the document.

Go through the Style thumbnails and choose the best one for your type of document.

Styles are readymade templates that you can apply to any document. A preview shows you how your document will look as a self web page, on a full-size monitor, and on a phone.

To share the document as a webpage, use the blue Share button near the top of the screen to generate a link. Share the webpage via OneDrive or copy and paste the URL from the address bar to share with anyone with the link.

Dynamic webpages can be re-edited on Sway at any time. Selfie with its drag and drop interface is simple to use and a better presentation option for those who are challenged with PowerPoint.

Use Microsoft Sway Webpages Creatively

Word to webpage conversion can be especially useful for your older Word documents.

In the age of digital storytelling, this small but important feature is an easy way to share your thoughts with the world.

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