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Yes, I'm back again. Iappreciate hackman's response to my question about microsoft frontpage 97. Before I recieved his answer, I went down to a local shopping center and talked with a gentleman about frontpage 97. He said that in order to use it you had to understand HTML. Instead of frontpage 97, he recommended microsoft publisher 97. What do you guys think about this particular program?
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Publisher 97 is the typical DTP-Program for the SOHO-field, i.e.
for people working at home or in small offices. But I haven't heard about the HTML-capabilities yet. Publisher 97 does not support exporting HTML-files directly. If you want to create data
for the Web, I suggest you use FrontPage instead of Publisher. FrontPage is a WYSIWYG tool, so I don't think you have to know much (or even anything) about HTML.

Hope this helps.
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