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FP2000: List of Web Wizards That Use Shared Borders


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This article was previously published under Q197946

For a Microsoft FrontPage 98 version of this article, see 173418 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/173418/EN-US/).

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Summary

Some of the wizards that ship with FrontPage 2000 use shared borders. This article lists the templates that use shared borders.

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More information

The following wizards use shared borders:

   Wizards                        Shared Borders
   -------                        --------------

   Corporate Presence Wizard      top, left, bottom
   Customer Support Web           top, left, bottom
   Personal Web                   top, left
   Project Web                    top, left, bottom
				


When you use any of the wizards listed in the preceding table, the navigation bar and the page banner components are included in the top and left borders. And, if the wizard uses a bottom border, a navigation bar is included there also.

The Empty Web and Discussion Web wizards do not use shared borders. The discussion group pages created within the Customer Support Web wizard do not use shared borders. For additional information about shared borders, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
196778 FP2000: What Are Shared Borders and How to Turn Them On and Off
For additional information about navigation bars, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
197610 FP2000: How to Work With Navigation Bars

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Article Info
Article ID : 197946
Revision : 1
Created on : 9/27/2001
Published on : 9/27/2001
Exists online : False
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