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

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Exploring an Existing Web Page

A Web site consists of one or more individual Web pages. When you develop a Web site, you work with the individual pages and the overall site structure. When you want to edit a Web page that is part of a FrontPage-based Web site, you first open the site in FrontPage, and then open the individual page. This avoids the possibility that you might make changes to a page and then disconnect it from the rest of the site. It also ensures that changes made on an individual page are reflected across the entire site, as appropriate.

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If FrontPage is your default HTML editor, you can open individual Web pages from outside FrontPage by double-clicking the page file in Windows Explorer. However, if FrontPage is not your ...

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