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Chapter 11. Using Forms and Interactive ... > Starting a Customized Form

Starting a Customized Form

As you've already realized, the forms that FrontPage generates for you are rather generic. You can customize them extensively, however, by editing the text, inserting images, adding or removing text boxes, and modifying the form's properties. Alternatively, you can start from scratch and build a form from the ground up.

Before you begin, there's an important point to be made about form pages. If you inspect any form in the FrontPage editor workspace, you see a dashed line surrounding it. This identifies the form boundary. If you insert a form field onto the page outside this boundary, you're actually starting a new form.


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