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Using Frontpage webbot my search brings up old pages that have long since been deleted??? HELP .



Thank you in advance

to see an example go to

http://danelinks.com/members/archive/search.htm

then search for rumor

then you will see in the center a link that says 'danelinks.com  new page 1 these don't exist
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Question by:NewAttitude
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You need to recalculate the hyperlinks for your site

(click Recalculate Hyperlinks on the Tools menu)

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