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File_List Files

Whenever I have modified any pages in my Frontpage 2002 website recently, a folder is created in my Open File directory for each page called "page_files".  The folder only contains an item called "filelist".  When I open "filelist" it opens a Notepad that includes the following....

<xml xmlns:o="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office">
 <o:MainFile HRef="../page.htm"/>
 <o:File HRef="image001.gif"/>
 <o:File HRef="filelist.xml"/>
</xml>

Is there something wrong with my Open File and how do I put these in their place?  Step by step instrux please.  

Thanks.
Greg Silvestri
onujewelry.com
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rcmbCommented:
Have you verified all links are correct within the documents? This is an indication of broken hyperlinks.

Quote from KB article 219694:

"Office documents may create links to "filelist.xml", "editdata.mso", or "oledata.mso" in the HTML document. Because these files are not created, FrontPage cannot resolve the hyperlinks and will report them as broken hyperlinks."

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Greg_SilvestriAuthor Commented:
I have checked all of my hyperlinks and have recalculated my hyperlinks, however, the same folders apppear in Open File.   I was thinking of just deleting one to see what would happen... any idea?

Thanks,
Greg Silvestri
onujewelry.com
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rcmbCommented:
Greg,

I have done more research on this problem. Everything I find associated with this appear to be related to broken hyperlinks. Read the article below as I think it will resolve the problem. It even states the page appears to work correctly and gives you a workaround to resolve the issue.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;292070&Product=fp2002

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