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I am trying to create HTML emails for an email blast.   I have FrontPage... but all the help topics seem to focus on websites.

Anyone know a good reference or starting point for performing this task with FrontPage?
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Ended up plugging through this myself.  Figured it out.  Create a new page and get it to the format you want.  Then copy it out to the file location where it needs to be.

In this case, we are using OmniRush to email merge individually addressed emails from a GoldMine database.   It worked fine.
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