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FrontPage allows you to publish your Web in three different ways. The first method is to save the Web onto your hard drive. This allows you to view your pages and test the links, but of course, other people will not be able to view your site over the Internet. A second publishing method is to use a Personal Web Server. Not only are you able to view pages and check the links the same as saving it to your hard drive, but you can also set up your site as an intranet so that only those people in your organization or company can use the site. The third method is to publish your site to a server on the World Wide Web. Select File on the top menu bar, then Publish to open the Publish Web dialog box. This is where you can specify the location to publish your Web. (It is assumed that you already have an internet connection and a Web hosting service). You can publish the entire Web or if your site is already on the Internet, you can publish only the files that you have been changed since the last time the Web was published.

 


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