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Chapter 3. Managing and Linking Web Pages > Opening Web Pages from Within a Web

Opening Web Pages from Within a Web

FrontPage allows you to multi-task, which means you can have more than one Web page open at the same time. After you open a Web site, you can quickly open Web pages in Folders or Navigation views, or from the Folder list instead of using the Open button on the Standard toolbar or the Open command on the File menu. If you want to view open Web pages in a separate FrontPage window, you can choose New Window from the Window menu, and then open the pages or sites you want. You can press Alt+Tab to switch between the separate windows. Instead of starting from scratch to create a new page, you can open a copy of an existing page with the default new Web page title of New_Page_1.htm.

Open a Web Page in Folders or Navigation View

Open the Web site with the Web page you want to open.

Click the Web Site tab.

Click the Folders or Navigation button.

Double-click the icon or file name representing the page you want to access.

Did You Know?

You can open a linked page from Design view. Press and hold Ctrl and click a hyperlink in the page, or right-click a hyperlink in a page that's already open, and then click Follow Hyperlink.


Open a Web Page Using the Folder List

Open the Web site with the Web page you want to open.

Click the View menu, and then click Folder List.

Double-click the page you want to open.

Click the Close button on the Folder List.

Open a Copy of a Web Page Using the Folder List

Open the Web site with the Web page you want to open.

Click the View menu, and then click Folder List.

Right-click the page you want to copy, and then click New From Existing Page.

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