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Window office 2000 FrontPage error

Webpages developed on window office 2003 FrontPage with Window XP operating system is not responding on Windows Office 2000 FrontPage on Window 98 operating system. It says "Server error" every time I open the file on Window Office 2000 FrontPage. Please advice how to rectify.

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