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Specify Pages Not to Publish

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Introduction

At times, there may be pages in your FrontPage 2000 web that you don't want published. FrontPage 2000 makes this easy.

This How-To Article shows you how to mark pages as "don't publish".


Specify Pages Not to Publish

1. Show the Folder List. (View --> Folder List)

2. Right-click the page that you don't want published.

3. From the menu that appears, select "Properties...".

4. Click the "Workgroup" tab.

5. Check the "Exclude this file when publishing the rest of the Web" check box.

6. Click Apply.

7. Click OK.

Tip: If you publish your site without marking the page as "don't publish", then the page will be published. Only the changes you make to the page won't be published in this case.

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