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

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Formatting Paragraphs

In FrontPage, you can control the appearance of your paragraphs in terms of indentation, alignment, and line spacing. To make your life easier, FrontPage enables you to select paragraphs and apply multiple formatting enhancements all at once. This feature comes in handy for making the paragraphs on your Web site look consistent.

Creating Headings

A paragraph heading is a style that displays text that is large, bold, italic, and so on. FrontPage features both built-in and user-defined paragraph headings.

To apply a built-in paragraph heading, do the following:

1.
Select the text you want to include in the heading.
2.
Choose Format, Style. The Style dialog box opens.
3.
From the Styles list, select the desired paragraph heading ...

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