Question about Microsoft FrontPage 2003
Manually link it instead...here's a good tutorial: http://www.iusb.edu/~sbwrite/frontpage/hyper.shtml
If you can't browse to it, then the page is likely not saved in the correct location on your local computer.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
To select a file from the current folder, click Current Folder and then click the file you want to link to.
To select the Web page from a list of browsed pages, click Browsed Pages and then click the Web page you want to link to.
To select a file from a list of files you have recently used, click Recent Files and then click the file you want to link to.
If you know the name and location of the file or Web page you want to link to, you can type that information in the Address box.
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