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Chapter 3. The Page View: Windows, Icons... > Customizing the FrontPage Interface

Customizing the FrontPage Interface

The menus and toolbars in FrontPage are designed with the majority of users in mind, but all users utilize software differently and most want a customized interface. The FrontPage 2000 interface is somewhat customizable for this reason. It's not as customizable as other Office applications, but it's not bad.

You've already seen two major customization methods in this chapter. The first is changing the major screen components: The View bar and Folder List can be shown or hidden at will. The second is the displaying and positioning of toolbars. You can display whatever toolbars you want (including getting rid of the default toolbars), and you can move them wherever you want on the screen. The trick is to make these basic interface issues as useful to you as possible, and to experiment until you get it the way you want it.


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