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Chapter 4. Developing the Basic Page: Te... > Using FrontPage's Other Paragraph St...

Using FrontPage's Other Paragraph Styles

So far in this chapter, you've looked at FrontPage's Heading and Normal styles, which produce the page elements that formal HTML calls the heading and the paragraph. On top of that, FrontPage's Style box gives you two other styles: Formatted and Address.

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Because Web publishing is a relatively recent phenomenon, some of its terminology hasn't yet settled down to a standard. FrontPage uses its own vocabulary for certain elements of HTML to make the interface software function more like a word processor. This shows especially in FrontPage's use of styles of text, and you might find it easier to think in terms of styles rather than the HTML references such as preformatted text or blockquote. For consistency with the software, I'll stick with FrontPage's word processor model and refer most of the time to styles.



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