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Chapter 48. FrontPage Essentials > Using the Integrated Environment

Using the Integrated Environment

Before jumping headfirst into FrontPage, you should become familiar with its different views. Microsoft FrontPage 2000 is composed of multiple functions all integrated into a single workspace. You work in the workspace to manage your entire Web site, including the files and folders, user permissions, and tasks. You will find that the FrontPage workspace behaves much like the other Office 2000 applications (especially Outlook).

Tip

If you are familiar with earlier versions of FrontPage, you'll notice that FrontPage 2000 combines the Explorer and Editor windows into one integrated workspace. If you still want to edit pages in external windows, use FrontPage 2000's Window, New Window command to open a new window to the same Web site. Then, hide the Views Bar and Folder List so that you'll have a full window for editing your pages.



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