In case you want to use ASP code that gives HTML output than you could use Response.Write to write something..<BR>Let's say you want to have as output this: <B>Test</B><BR>If you want ASP to do this you simply type:<BR><%<BR>Response.Write "<B>" & "Test" & "</B>"<BR>%><BR>But if you HTML code contains " , then should replace sometimes " with a '.
You can use Response.Write to send output back to the client. But if you want to save the HTML file that is created, you are going to need to use the File System Object. I believe there are some good articles on 4Guys that show you how to use FSO. Hope that gets you started.