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Chapter 2. Touring the Interface > Using Folder List, Navigation and Task View ...

Using Folder List, Navigation and Task View Panes

Everything you need to get the job done is right at hand with FrontPage 2003, regardless of whether you are working with Web sites and folders, or pages and files. Typically, when you work with Web sites and folders, you’ll want to perform high-level tasks, such as viewing Web site reports, checking site structure for navigation, or publishing files. When you work with pages and files, you’ll want to perform the nuts-and-bolts authoring tasks of page design and coding.

View panes are a bit different from toolbars. While toolbars have tools for frequently used commands, such as open page or save page, view panes provide quick access for working with various types of page and site resources. You might have worked with the Folder List pane, shown in Figure 2-1 on the following page.


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