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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 29, 2008

    Excellent

    This book is very helpful to the person with limited FrontPage knowledge. Very easy to understand and the practice tasks are great.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2006

    Not so step by step.

    I found that that book was a little confusing. I kept saying, 'what are you talking about where is that button mentioned in the book?' This book is a little confusing and did not help me with creating my web page. I don't recommend it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 31, 2005

    This book explains FrontPage quite nicely

    I don't see why everybody is bashing this book. It's not supposed to tell you how to create a web page. That's what WEB DESIGN books are for. This book's purpose was meant to explain the MSOffice03 program 'FrontPage,' and personally, I believe it did it quite well. That's why I gave it a 4; it shows you how to use the features and does it through an imaginative business. It's worth the $25 bucks; I recommend it; I understand the program 'FrontPage.' Though I may not understand how to create a website, I do understand the program. Do you think a Word Step by Step book is supposed to tell you how to write a report or a resume? Nope. FrontPage step by step explains the program quite well. I enjoyed the structuring of different lessons between the chapters with an easy-to-follow interface that includes pictures. A very good buy, IMO.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2004

    This book was a waste of money

    I spent hours going through the exercises 'step by step' and learned almost nothing that could be applied on a practical level. It was a total waste of time and money. I'm struggling now with building my own web site and looking for a really good reference book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 18, 2004

    Lots and lots of nothing.

    I was very dissapointed in this book. It gives lots of information, but no coherence! After using all the examples in the included Garden website, I was thoroughly confused. I still don't understand the difference of included pages and a Dynamic Website Template. I have been using FrontPage 2000 for years, and love it. But after reading this book, I cannot begin to use FP 2003.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2004

    This book was awful!

    I did not find this book very useful. It has a CD that allows you to build a website for a Garden Shop as it's main teaching tool, and it's very time comsuming. I also did not find it useful as a reference book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2004

    Sequences in site creation.

    The book was fun to follow and builds high expectation for the capabilities of FP, but when the time comes to build your own site, it fails. There are so many options in FP, and the book addresses most of them, that it leaves one in a state of option paralisis. It does not present an overall strategy for actually building a site. Invoking shared borders and themes before all he site pages have been created leads to unexpedted consequences and the book should have cautioned readers in the sequence of their use.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 12, 2008

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