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I am new to FrontPage and am unsure of the terminology but what I want to create is a submenu of links to other pages that appears as the user points to each major category.  I have many pages to reference and don't want to clutter up the home page. Can someone point me in the right direction to find out how these are created?
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Create a collapsible list
In Page view, create an outline or a multilevel list.
How?

Place the insertion point where you want to create an outline.
On the Format menu, click Bullets and Numbering, and then click the Numbers tab.
Click the box with the style of numbers or letters you want to start with, and then click OK.
For each item you want in the outline, regardless of its eventual level, type the item, and then press ENTER.  
When you have typed the last item, press ENTER twice to end the list.
To place each item on the correct level, do one of the following:
To move items down to the next numbered level, select the items, and then click Increase Indent  twice.
To format items as a paragraph on the current level (without bullets or numbering), select the items, and then click Increase Indent  once.
To move items up to the previous level, select the items, and then click Decrease Indent  one or more times as needed.
To apply numbering, lettering, or bulleted styles to the different levels, select an item on a level or sublevel, right-click, and then click List Properties on the shortcut menu.
On the Numbers tab, click the box with the style you want to use.
Do one of the following:
Set the entire list as collapsible

Select the text that is at the highest level of the list.
Right-click, and then click List Properties on the shortcut menu.
Select the Enable collapsible outlines check box on the tab that is displayed.
If this option is not displayed, you have not selected all the items in the list or level.

if you want the list to be collapsed when the page is first opened in a Web browser, select the Initially collapsed check box.
Note   If your list contains many items on the same level, each level — including the additional levels below it — will be collapsible if you perform the steps above.  In addition, all levels below the original one will also be collapsible.

Set only one level in the list to be collapsible

Select the top level item.
Right-click, and then click List Properties on the shortcut menu.
Select the Enable collapsible outlines check box on the tab that is displayed.
Note   If your list contains many items on the same level, each level — including the additional levels below it — will be collapsible if you perform the steps above.  In addition, all levels below the original one will also be collapsible.

Notes    

To test your collapsible list, click Preview , and click the top level of the part of the list you collapsed.
Collapsible lists are supported by Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 or later, or other Web browsers that support Dynamic HTML.
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Create a collapsible list
In Page view, create an outline or a multilevel list.
How?

Place the insertion point where you want to create an outline.
On the Format menu, click Bullets and Numbering, and then click the Numbers tab.
Click the box with the style of numbers or letters you want to start with, and then click OK.
For each item you want in the outline, regardless of its eventual level, type the item, and then press ENTER.  
When you have typed the last item, press ENTER twice to end the list.
To place each item on the correct level, do one of the following:
To move items down to the next numbered level, select the items, and then click Increase Indent  twice.
To format items as a paragraph on the current level (without bullets or numbering), select the items, and then click Increase Indent  once.
To move items up to the previous level, select the items, and then click Decrease Indent  one or more times as needed.
To apply numbering, lettering, or bulleted styles to the different levels, select an item on a level or sublevel, right-click, and then click List Properties on the shortcut menu.
On the Numbers tab, click the box with the style you want to use.
Do one of the following:
Set the entire list as collapsible

Select the text that is at the highest level of the list.
Right-click, and then click List Properties on the shortcut menu.
Select the Enable collapsible outlines check box on the tab that is displayed.
If this option is not displayed, you have not selected all the items in the list or level.

if you want the list to be collapsed when the page is first opened in a Web browser, select the Initially collapsed check box.
Note   If your list contains many items on the same level, each level — including the additional levels below it — will be collapsible if you perform the steps above.  In addition, all levels below the original one will also be collapsible.

Set only one level in the list to be collapsible

Select the top level item.
Right-click, and then click List Properties on the shortcut menu.
Select the Enable collapsible outlines check box on the tab that is displayed.
Note   If your list contains many items on the same level, each level — including the additional levels below it — will be collapsible if you perform the steps above.  In addition, all levels below the original one will also be collapsible.

Notes    

To test your collapsible list, click Preview , and click the top level of the part of the list you collapsed.
Collapsible lists are supported by Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 or later, or other Web browsers that support Dynamic HTML.
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