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Creating Layout Cells

FrontPage makes a distinction between conventional cells and layout cells. Conventional cells contain no special properties, while layout cells do. These special properties, for example, allow you to have individual borders, rounded corners, shadows, and resize or reposition layout cells without affecting other layout cells. When you add a layout cell in a layout table, FrontPage adds and sizes rows and columns to create the cell in the location where you want it. The rows and columns serve only to position the cell. When you add more layout cells, the rows and columns change. After you create a layout cell, you can move and resize it to create the layout you want. Before you can move or resize a layout cell, you need to first select it (point to the edge, and then click the blue edge).

Create a Layout Cell

Click the View menu, click Page, and then open the Web page with the layout table you want to use.

Click the Table menu‚ and then click Layout Tables And Cells.

Click the Draw Layout Cell button on the task pane.

Drag a layout cell in the layout table.

When you're done, click the Close button on the task pane.


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