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Pub 2003, "save as web page" option ? - Web Design

Pub 2000 had this option and I was able to write our web site on CD. Can't find this option on 2003. Can I upgrade this option to 2003?...

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    Default Pub 2003, "save as web page" option ?

    Pub 2000 had this option and I was able to write our web site on CD. Can't
    find this option on 2003. Can I upgrade this option to 2003?
    Tomas Guest

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    Default Re: Pub 2003, "save as web page" option ?

    File, Publish as web page.

    David Bartosik - [MSFT MVP]
    http://www.publishermvps.com
    http://www.davidbartosik.com

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    Default Re: Pub 2003, "save as web page" option ?

    This question ties in with my issue. When saving as web page, I direct where
    I want it saved on my machine and after hitting OK, 2 things are produced in
    that location. One is a folder with my website files. The other is an HTML
    doc with an htm extension. In the folder with all the website files resides
    all the multiple copies of various images on my site. This is where I don't
    know how do reduce the # of duplicate image files. I have read that the
    solution is to use code fragments to link the position on your web page with
    the specific image file. I am still confused. I've looked at the code
    fragment that is suppose to achieve this. I still don't know how to do it. I
    need some very elementary step-by-step assistance with this. If you can't
    help on that level, could you please suggest some other places for me to seek
    help? Thank you.

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    Sylvia Guest

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    Default Re: Pub 2003, "save as web page" option ?

    Well you probably need some fundamental html basics. I would recommend you
    publish the site as is and not worry about the image file redundancy for
    now. Actually very few customers worry about it. Then in the meantime you
    can visit a site like http://www.htmlgoodies.com and go thru tutorials or
    visit your local bookstore and pick up a html 101 book.

    David Bartosik - [MSFT MVP]
    www.publishermvps.com
    www.davidbartosik.com

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    Default Re: Pub 2003, "save as web page" option ?

    In 2000 I was able to save as web page. I would then copy that to a CD and
    mail it to customers and distributors to view our product line (our catalog
    on CD) in there browser just as if they where on a web page. Very simple to
    use and navigate as I have eight pages and a ton of printable brochures in
    PDF format, and lots of other goodies. My distributors also liked it as it
    was easy to carry and hand out. I could do this with one click after the web
    page was finished. Sorry but I have no interest in publishing this as a site
    only as a tool for our distributors. Sounds like I need to delete 2003 and
    reinstall 2000.

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