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Chapter 3. Managing and Linking Web Page... > Saving a Web Page with Different For...

Saving a Web Page with Different Formats

A file type specifies the file format (for example, a template) as well as the program and version in which the file was created (for example, Office FrontPage 2003). You might want to change the type if you're creating a custom template or sharing files with someone who needs them for use in another program. You use the Save As dialog box to change the file type for a page. The Save As Type list arrow displays a list of the available formats for the program or current selection.

Save a Web Page as a Different Type

Click the File menu, and then click Save As.

Click the Save In list arrow, and then click the drive where you want to save the Web page.

Click the Save As Type list arrow.

Click the file format you want.

Click Save.

Common Formats

FormatFormat
All FilesSaves the complete Web site
Web PagesSaves the selected Web page (.htm)
HTML FilesSaves the selected Web page as a HTML file
Dynamic Web TemplateSaves the selected Web page as a changeable FrontPage template
ASP FilesSaves the selected Web page as an Active Server Page
CSS FilesSaves the selected Web page as a cascading style sheet
XMLSaves the selected Web page as an XML file
TextSaves the selected Web page as a text file
FrontPage TemplateSaves the selected Web page as a static FrontPage template



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