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Microsoft® Office FrontPage® 2003 Step by Step by Online Training Solutions Inc.

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Exploring an Existing Web Site

When you work with other Office 2003 applications, you create self-contained documents that can be individually opened from within the application or from Microsoft Windows Explorer. When you work with FrontPage, you create a group of interconnected files that collectively make up a FrontPage-based Web site. As a result, Web sites must be opened from within FrontPage; clicking a single file name in Windows Explorer might open that file, but it won’t open the Web site that the file belongs to.

After you open a Web site in FrontPage, you can look at the structure of the site in two views:

  • In Folders view, you can see and modify the file structure of a Web site. You can organize the files and folders that make up your ...

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