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Introduction

Before jumping in and letting your creative energy take over, it's wise to plan out what you want your Web site to accomplish. Taking the time now to plan your overall ideas and getting them down on paper will save you hours of work later on. Maybe you want to create a business site that will have a corporate style to it. Perhaps you're a hobbyist who wants to display your favorite collection. Either way, having an image and content to match your product, will take some planning and research.

Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 helps you create a Web site in two general ways—by a template or a wizard. A template opens a Web site with predefined headings, links, and placeholder text that specifies what information you should enter. A wizard walks you through the steps to create a finished document (or page) tailored to your preferences. There are six different views in FrontPage that help you work more efficiently. Some of the views include the Folders view, which displays all files and folders currently under construction. Another, the Navigation view, shows the structure of the pages in the form of a flowchart.


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