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Chapter 1. Understanding How FrontPage Works > Looking Around in FrontPage

Looking Around in FrontPage

For those of you who don’t have much experience with the other applications in the Office 2003 suite, here is a summary of some of the basic techniques you will use to work with FrontPage.

FrontPage 2003 commands are available from 11 menus. Office 2003 applications feature the same expanding, dynamic menus that were first made available in Office 2000. The menu commands you use most often move to the top of each menu, making them easier to access. The menu commands you don’t use are tucked out of sight, but can be easily accessed by clicking the double chevron at the bottom of the menu. Menu commands that are followed by an arrowhead have submenus. Menu commands that are followed by an ellipsis (. . .) open dialog boxes or task panes where you provide the information necessary to carry out the command.


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