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Chapter 5. Working with Graphics in FrontPage > Saving the Image to Your Web

Saving the Image to Your Web

You might think that inserting a picture file, clip-art image, or motion clip onto a particular page makes that image part of your web—it is, after all, on one of the web's pages. Unfortunately, like inserting a new page into the Web (as covered in Lesson 3, "Working with Web Pages and Themes"), that's not the case. When you save the page where you inserted the image, you also have to save the image itself as a separate file that is placed with the other files held in the current Web folder. A Save Embedded Files dialog box appears after your save the page. Use this dialog box to save the images that you have placed on the page as separate Web files.

Web pages can't have graphics that are embedded on the pages. So, when you insert a graphic onto a FrontPage Web page, you are actually setting up a link between the page and the graphic that you inserted. When you view Web pages on the World Wide Web using your Web browser, the pictures you see are linked to the page that you open in your browser.


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