I wouldn't export anything from any kind of Office Product to the web unless you are just using IE to do it. It works in the little MS world, but not always, I opened up your source and unless you are used to doing webpages a bit, you may not recognize much of the code inside.
You're using a bunch of styles, which is not a big deal but since you are new, I'd start with good old vi or notepad, hehe, kidding.
I noticed you are, well your MS Publisher is using VML, Vector Markup Language. To be honest, if you are just starting with HTML, go get Dreamweaver's 30 day free trial and try that out, it is one of the better onces.
If you are looking for other free HTML WYSIWYG editors, just check out www.download.com here at cNet and do a search for them, there are plenty.
If you are serious about HTML, and everything that is growing on top including AJAX, CSS and such, start with notepad, learn your tags and you'll quickly move up from there.
so, I don't mean to self-promote, but I am having a problem with my webpage - my first one. I created the webpage on MS-Publisher and had it converted to html format. See it here: http://www.shalinmody.com
The problem is that on IE - it's looks fine. But with Firefox - the format is messed up (see Resume' and Project Summaries pages). Anyone have a suggestion that would take care of that issue?
I have a feeling that MS-Publisher has something to do with it. I don't have any web-page creation software - any suggestion on that would be great too. I know about Dreamweaver...and I'd rather not spend more than $60 for the software.