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Importing Files from Other Applications

You can also import page files into your web that you create in other applications. For example, suppose you designed a Web page in Microsoft Word and saved the document as an HTML file. You can easily import that particular file into the current web (for more about using Word to create Web pages, see Lesson 21, "Creating Web Pages in Word," in Part III of this book.

To import a file into the current web, follow these steps:

  1. Select the File menu and select Import. The Import dialog box appears.

  2. Click the Add File button. The Add File to Import List dialog box appears.

  3. Use the Look In drop-down box to locate the drive that holds the file you want to import, and then navigate the folders in the main window until you reach the file's exact location. After selecting the file, click the OK button.

  4. The filename appears in the Import dialog box (see Figure 3.6). Repeat steps 2 and 3 if you want to add more files to the Import list.

  5. When you have added all the files to the Import list that you want to import into the current web, click the OK button.

    Figure 3.6. You can import one or several files into the current web.

The file (or files) is imported into the current web. You can find the files listed in the Folder List of your web. The files then must be made part of the web's navigational structure. Go to the Navigation view and drag the file or files from the Folder List and add them to the Navigation window as discussed earlier in this lesson.

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