installing frontpage


I have entire MS Office Pro installed on my box but I don't see FrontPage... isn't it part of the ms office installation?

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nprignanoTechnical ArchitectCommented:
did you choose a complete installation, and are you sure you have Office 2003 Pro and not Small Business?


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My Office Pro 2003 came as two CDs, one was having basic MS Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, Powerpoint and other was having MS Frontpage, Publisher, OneNote etc etc
also, open your ms office cd in explorer, it must be having a folder called frontpage somewhere as well folders for other programs, youc an run the setup directly from there.
davidlars99Author Commented:
Ok, I guess I don't have the second CD but maybe you could help me out in what I need to accomplish... I need to retrieve all the possible "param" element "name" and "value" options for MS Word Document when importing it into a web page using OBJECT tag (see example below).

There's a open question that I posted not long ago but haven'e got any answers yet. However, I would be happy to award points for the right answer if you could try to import a word document using frontpage on your computer and than post the results. I am desperately looking for a solution.

[link to the open question]

[example: this is good for importing media files, and I need a similar thing to import word documents]
<object id="audio" WIDTH=300 HEIGHT=26 CLASSID="CLSID:22D6F312-B0F6-11D0-94AB-0080C74C7E95">
   <param name="FileName"  value="file1.mp3">
   <param name="AutoStart"                 value="false">
   <param name="volume"                    value="0">
   <param name="loop"                      value="false">
   <param name="hidden"                    value="true">
   <embed name="audio" qtsrc="file1.mp3" autoplay="false" pluginspage="" />
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nprignanoTechnical ArchitectCommented:
is this a Microsoft CD?  what geographic location do you reside in - perhaps the installation CDs are different in other regions - in the US the OEM installation CD is a single CD that installs all programs from a single MSI package that loads the MSI for each program.

nprignanoTechnical ArchitectCommented:
can i assume that your original FrontPage question is resolved?
davidlars99Author Commented:
davidlars99Author Commented:
nprignano, yes, it is resolved.

Thannk you!
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