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Introduction

Sometimes you may have content on your web site which repeats, and is needed on more than one page in your web. You can use FrontPage's Include Page feature to include content from one page into more than one page.

This How-To Article explains how to use the Include Page FrontPage Component.


Include a Page

1. Edit that page you would like to insert into another page.

2. Save the page.

3. Go to the page you want to include a page into.

4. Move the cursor to the place that you want to include the page.

5. Click the Insert menu, point to Component, and click "Include Page..." from the menu that appears.

6. Type the path to the page you would like to include, or click the Browse... button.

7. Click OK.

Tip: If you right-click the included page and select "Edit (page_name)", you will open the included page so you can edit it.

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