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Chapter 20. Customizing and Maintaining FrontPage 2003

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  • Change the features FrontPage presents at startup, so that you can get to work more efficiently.

  • Customize colors, typefaces, and other characteristics of FrontPage’s builtin themes.

  • Add and remove toolbar buttons to save screen space, and give you the tools you need the most.

  • Configure editing programs that launch automatically when you want to edit specified file types.

  • Use the Detect and Repair utility to fix common problems you may encounter while running FrontPage.


FrontPage 2003 is all about giving Webmasters like you the tools that match the way you want to work. The View menu gives you more than half a dozen different ways to view your FrontPage-based Web. The Folder List gives you a hierarchical, Windows Explorer-like guide to your site’s contents. If you want a more visual layout, you can switch to Navigation view. You can use Design view, if you aren’t comfortable with viewing the source HTML, or XML, for a page. On the other hand, if you like to be in control, and understand everything that’s going on behind the scenes, you can work in Code view.


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