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Chapter 1. Introducing Microsoft Office ... > Viewing Your Pages in Different Ways

Viewing Your Pages in Different Ways

Figure 1-1 shows a page being edited in FrontPage. Look below the standard menus and toolbars at the top of the figure, and you’ll see a row of quick access tabs. These tabs let you quickly access any open resources, including the Web site and pages you are working with. If you have a Web site open, and click the Web Site tab, you have direct access to resources in the site. If you have Web pages open, and click any of the page tabs, you have direct access to the page for editing.

Figure 1-1. FrontPage 2003 provides easy access to menus, toolbars, and open resources, including the active site and any pages you are working with.



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