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Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft® Office FrontPage® 2003 by Kate J. Chase, Jennifer Ackerman Kettell

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Working in the Page Views

Page view is the workhorse of FrontPage, a place where pages are made, content is created and revised, and images are inserted to dance across the screen (hopefully not so many of those that you'll send your site visitors scrambling for the aspirin). Page view has several key features, as shown in Figure 1.4.

Figure 1.4. The tabs at the top of the Page view indicate that several other files are also open. An asterisk indicates that the current file hasn't yet been saved.

As you open pages, each one is given a tab at the top of the Page view. The Web Site tab, always the first tab on the left, contains ...

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