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Draft/Expired Pages in SharePoint

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Hello,

When a page expires in SharePoint2007, its status is changed to Draft, instead of expired.

Do you know why is this the case?

Am I able to change the status name from "Draft" to "Expired"?

Can at least the pages/announcements that have been expired be shown separately in onother view (even though their status may be draft)?
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