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FrontPage2000 Save As     no Page title line (Page title: , text field and "Change..." button)

Posted on 2004-04-13
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Hi experts,

I tried to save HTML pages with "Save As" option and sometimes don't appear the option "Page title:", the connected title text field and the "Change..." button. (W98 and W2kProf) only the other elements - this is a poorer version... :-))

Any ideas?

wbr

Janos
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Switch to html view on your document and locate the following

<title>New Page 1</title>

towards the top of the page

Edit this to enter your page title.

<OR>

In the folders list view (view, folders list)

Right click on the file and select properties and enter your page title in the box supplied.

<OR>

Right click on the page prior to saving and select page properties

enter your page title in the box supplied

Hope this helps,
RCMB
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by:kacor
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Hi RMCB,

thank you for the offered method. I'll use it but again (like for http://www.experts-exchange.com/Applications/MS_Office/FrontPage/Q_20952046.html too) my main question is: what did cause this phenomena? which setting was wrong? because I repeat again: to check after such file transfer every page of over 150 would be very monotonous.

wbr

Janos
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by:rcmb
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Janos,

What type of file did you start with when you went to Save As?

If you are starting with a non-HTML page (such a .txt) then this is the standard process for FrontPage. I just tested this and your problem is exactly what I saw.

After you click on Save As, click on the "Save As Type" drop-down and select Web Pages - the title box will then appear.

You have no incorrect settings and there is not an easy way to fix 150 pages with this problem.

I fully understood both of your questions and do not see any settings issues in either problem.

RCMB
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by:kacor
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The edited pages are HTML each
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by:kacor
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Hi Curtis,

this phenomena could be Windows system problem I mean. Thanks again for your effort to support me!!

wbr

Janos
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