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Part I: Getting Started > Using FrontPage 2002

Chapter 1. Using FrontPage 2002

Welcome to FrontPage 2002. Whether you bought it as a stand-alone program or as part of Microsoft Office XP Professional or Developer editions, FrontPage has the tools to make your Web site building quick and easy. FrontPage lets you skip the tedium of creating your Web pages directly in HTML (HyperText Markup Language), the Web’s underlying language. Instead you use menus and commands similar to those you already know from Microsoft’s other programs, such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Using FrontPage, you’ll find it easy to design your Web site’s overall structure, create the necessary pages to flesh out the structure, add multimedia and interactive features to enliven those pages, and, finally, publish the whole thing on the Web by uploading the files to a Web server. Because Office recognizes HTML as easily as its own formats, FrontPage can insert many Office documents directly into your new Web pages.


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