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Deleting Old Published Doents - Macromedia Contribute General Discussion

So I am using Adobe Contribute CS4 in windows XP. I have been working with contribute for a few months now but I do not understand how to delete an old published doent. My line of work makes me update our website quite often and this is the easiest way to go. So I publish doents then they come down in a few weeks. The old ones are starting to pile up and my administrator told me to get rid of them if we don't need them. They don't know how to do it either though so I'm stuck! Please ...

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    Default Deleting Old Published Doents

    So I am using Adobe Contribute CS4 in windows XP. I have been working with
    contribute for a few months now but I do not understand how to delete an old
    published doent. My line of work makes me update our website quite often and
    this is the easiest way to go. So I publish doents then they come down in a
    few weeks. The old ones are starting to pile up and my administrator told me to
    get rid of them if we don't need them. They don't know how to do it either
    though so I'm stuck! Please Help. Thanks.

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    radarbrad Guest

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    Default Re: Deleting Old Published Doents

    You can delete the published page from your website by

    1.Navigate to the published page in Contribute.
    2. Go to File-> Actions-> Delete Page.

    Hope this solves your problem.
    Akhilesh Guest

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    Default Re: Deleting Old Published Doents

    Thank you Akhilesh Ravi. This works great when it comes to deleting web pages.
    All of my doents are in PDF file format (Easy for users to use and can view
    them in Adobe Reader for free) and it takes contribute a long time to open it,
    if it can at all. Is there another possible way to delete them?

    radarbrad Guest

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    Default Re: Deleting Old Published Doents

    Well I got everything straighten out with the admin. They are going to delete the ones we don't need.
    radarbrad Guest

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