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FrontPage Navigation Bars

Hi,

I have just started to use Microsoft FrontPage, and I have hardly any information on how to use it.

I am currently creating myself a small website... just to teach me how to use it.

I have started the site by using one of the created wizards... just to makelife easier...

I Have choosen to have a theme, but i cannot see how to add another button on the current navigation bar, that has been created from the wizard. I have been ale to find out how to change the names etc...


So any information will be a great help,

Cheers,

simie
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DreamboatCommented:
simie:
You don't change names on the navigation bar.
You change the names of the pages in Navigation view (looks like an organization chart).
Those names are where the navigation bar picks up the name that should appear on the button.

Hope it helps!
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DreamboatCommented:
More info: Be careful using things like the navigation bar. When you buy web hosting, you'll be required to buy hosting that provides "front page extensions" for the version of FP that you use. If you make your own navigation bars (not using the wizard, but perhaps creating your own graphics with hyperlinks, etc., you won't need FP extensions.

Here's two webs I created.

This one uses FP extensions and a nav bar like yours:
www.theofficeexperts.com

This one was created in FP, but does not require FP extensions to be installed on the hosting server:
www.vbaexpress.com
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