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Microsoft ""RM"" FrontPage ""RM"" 2000 is a quick, effective way to create and manage professional Internet or intranet sites without programming. New features offer industrial-strength Web tools to novices and experienced Web builders, such as advanced HTML, data-receiving templates, and more powerful editing tools.

""Microsoft Frontpage 2000 Step By Step"" instructs the beginning to advanced user on getting the most out of the popular FrontPage Web site creation and management tool. The personal training ...

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Overview


Microsoft ""RM"" FrontPage ""RM"" 2000 is a quick, effective way to create and manage professional Internet or intranet sites without programming. New features offer industrial-strength Web tools to novices and experienced Web builders, such as advanced HTML, data-receiving templates, and more powerful editing tools.

""Microsoft Frontpage 2000 Step By Step"" instructs the beginning to advanced user on getting the most out of the popular FrontPage Web site creation and management tool. The personal training system offers easy-to-follow lessons that include clear objectives and real-world examples. Users can learn exactly what they need to know, at their own pace. Each volume consists of approximately eight hours of instruction with dozens of screen shots and illustrations. A companion CD is included with practice files tightly integrated with the lessons. Other features include a ""QuickLook Guide"" for easy visual navigation and ""Finding the Best Starting Point for You"" to help users get the most out of the book. A special binding stays flat when the book is open.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781572319806
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Publication date: 5/4/1999
  • Series: Microsoft Step by Step Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 304
  • Product dimensions: 7.43 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.95 (d)

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ActiveEducation and its predecessor company have been providing computer training books to community colleges, computer learning centers, and corporate customers for more than 10 years. In the past two years, ActiveEducation has more than doubled its sales growth each year. Customers have been enthusiastic in their response toward ActiveEducation's superior instructional design and eagerness to meet their customer-service demands. ActiveEducation's book development staff has more than 100 years of combined experience in computer book publishing and computer training.
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Table of Contents

QuickLook Guide vii
Finding Your Best Starting Point xiii
Finding Your Best Starting Point in This Book xiii
New Features in FrontPage 2000 xv
Corrections, Comments, and Help xvi
Visit Our World Wide Web Site xvi
Using the Microsoft FrontPage 2000 Step by Step CD-ROM xvii
Installing the Practice Files xviii
Using the Practice Files xviii
Using the Multimedia Files xxi
Replying to Install Messages xxi
Uninstalling the Practice Files xxi
Need Help with the Practice Files? xxii
Conventions and Features in This Book xxiii
Conventions xxiii
Other Features of This Book xxiv
Part 1 Planning and Creating a Web Site 1
Lesson 1 Planning a Web Site 3
Understanding the World Wide Web 4
Managing a Web Site with FrontPage 9
One Step Further: Getting Ideas for a Web Site 16
Lesson 1 Quick Reference 18
Lesson 2 Creating a Web Site 19
Creating a Web Site Using a Wizard 20
Creating a Web Site Using a Template 26
Creating and Importing Webs 28
Creating a Home Page and Adding Text 30
Adding, Formatting, and Previewing a Marquee 33
Adding Web Pages 37
Inserting a File into a Web Page 42
Changing Web Page Properties 44
One Step Further: Organizing Your Web 45
Lesson 2 Quick Reference 46
Lesson 3 Linking Web Pages 49
Creating Text Hyperlinks 50
Creating a Link to an Electronic Mail Address 56
Editing Hyperlinks 57
Creating Bookmarks on a Web Page 59
One Step Further: Creating Image Map Hyperlinks 65
Lesson 3 Quick Reference 68
Part 1 Review & Practice 71
Part 2 Formatting and Enhancing Your Web Pages 75
Lesson 4 Adding Style to Web Pages 77
Understanding FrontPage Themes 78
Adding FrontPage Components 84
One Step Further: Using Web Page Style Sheets 93
Lesson 4 Quick Reference 96
Lesson 5 Formatting Web Pages 99
Creating Lists 100
Using Tables to Arrange Page Elements 105
One Step Further: Understanding Page Properties 110
Lesson 5 Quick Reference 112
Lesson 6 Adding Multimedia to Web Pages 115
Using Images on Web Pages 116
Editing Images on Web Pages 124
Adding Sound Effects and Music to Web Pages 126
Adding Video to Web Pages 128
Using Style Sheets to Position Web Page Items 131
One Step Further: Creating Hover Buttons 134
Lesson 6 Quick Reference 136
Part 2 Review & Practice 139
Part 3 Advanced Web Site Techniques 143
Lesson 7 Creating Forms for User Feedback 145
Understanding Forms 146
Modifying Forms 157
Sending Form Data to an E-mail Address or a File 161
One Step Further: Creating a Guest Book 165
Lesson 7 Quick Reference 166
Lesson 8 Using Frames 169
Understanding Frames 171
Providing No-Frames Alternatives 175
One Step Further: Using Shared Borders and Navigation Bars 182
Lesson 8 Quick Reference 187
Part 3 Review & Practice 189
Part 4 Publishing and Updating a Web 193
Lesson 9 Publishing a Web 195
Checking the Spelling on Web Pages 196
Publishing a Web 201
Updating and Maintaining a Web 207
One Step Further: Using FTP to Upload a Web 213
Lesson 9 Quick Reference 215
Lesson 10 Managing and Enhancing a Web 217
Getting Reports on Web Status 218
Managing FrontPage Tasks 222
Enhancing a Web 226
One Step Further: Using a Search Engine 233
Lesson 10 Quick Reference 237
Part 4 Review & Practice 239
Appendix A Upgrading from FrontPage 98 243
Replacing FrontPage 98 with FrontPage 2000 243
Using FrontPage 98 Webs in FrontPage 2000 243
Getting to Know FrontPage 2000's New Features 244
Appendix B Features that Require the FrontPage Server Extensions 249
Understanding FrontPage-Specific Features 249
Using Workarounds for FrontPage Components 251
Appendix C If You're New to Windows 253
If You're New to Windows 253
Using the Mouse 254
Using Window Controls 255
Using Dialog Boxes 259
Getting Help with Windows 260
Viewing Help Contents 261
Finding Help About Specific Topics 263
Index 267
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2001

    This book is for beginners, not desirable for making a professional website!

    This book is simple step-by-step lab book, and it took me less than 2 days to read from cover to cover. Now I can build a simple website, but I am not still able to do a lot of features I had in mind. I have to look for another book which can help me do that. Running Microsoft FrontPage2000 or the FrontPage2000 Bible? I should have bought one of those in the first place. For the people trying to build a professional looking websites, this book may be a waste of money.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 18, 2000

    Great book to get going...

    From the very beginning, it is obvious that this is not a book for somebody who wants to become an expert web developer overnight. This is a book for people like me with no web experience. I wanted to learn how to begin developing web pages and this book laid it out in simple steps. The interactive excercises made clear how web pages are constructed, organized, and presented. While I do not feel I am now an expert, this book did leave me wanting to learn more and I will seek out advanced titles to do this. Mission accomplished!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 21, 2000

    If you want to be a FrontPage expert, don't buy this book.

    I purchased this book because this was made by Microsoft Press, hoping that this book has a complete information on using FrontPage 2000. However, upon completion of reading and following procedures on every single page in this book, I found that it only covers certain basic features and does not cover any of the advanced features. (e.g. editing frames, creating search menus, using data base, displaying and replying to comments, etc.) I have to buy another book on FrontPage and wasted money and time on this book. If you want to be a FrontPage expert, do not buy this book, but buy the book with more detailed explanation on advanced features. (FrontPage 2000 Bible from IDG is a good choice.)

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