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Before You Begin

This tutorial assumes that your computer meets the minimum system requirements for FrontPage 2000. For more information, please visit the FrontPage home page, at .

The screen examples in the FrontPage Tutorial assume that you have a standard monitor set to a screen resolution of 800x600, at the minimum. If you are using a different resolution or monitor, the pages you create during the lessons may look slightly different on your screen.

If you have Web server software installed

The Web site you will create while taking the FrontPage Tutorial will be saved to a folder on your local hard drive. If you upgraded from FrontPage 98 and have the Microsoft Personal Web Server installed, or if you are running Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS), you can either accept the default destination for the tutorial web, or choose to save it directly on your Web server.

FrontPage and Microsoft Internet Explorer

To get the most out of FrontPage, installing Microsoft Internet Explorer is recommended. When Internet Explorer is installed, FrontPage provides enhanced page and themes preview. Other Web browsers currently do not support these additional features.

You can use more than one Web browser   If you already have another type of Web browser installed on your computer, you can still safely install Microsoft Internet Explorer. When designing Web pages, you will find it is actually very beneficial to test your work in more than one type of Web browser before you publish your Web site.

If you are using Windows NT

The lessons in this tutorial assume that you are working in Windows 98. If you are using FrontPage 2000 on Windows NT, you may notice minor differences in the user interface and the locations where files are stored. For example, the "My Documents" folder in Windows 98 is called "Personal" in Windows NT. These differences do not affect the functionality of FrontPage nor do they prevent you from successfully completing the lessons in this tutorial.

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