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I found Front Page easy to use and to learn. I particularly like that it's
easy to find your cursor's place in the HTML view for tweaking.
The tutorial has problems with some pathnames. The scrolling text box, for
example, doesn't work - at least, not for me. I did skip around in the
tutorial, but not in any way that should have made a difference to this
Like many MS products, it errs on the side of automating too much.
From: KevinX Feeman <KevinX_Feeman -at- CCM -dot- CH -dot- INTEL -dot- COM>
To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU <TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU>
Date: Tuesday, March 03, 1998 7:14 AM
>Hey all, apparently, Intel has decided that Microsoft Front Page is the
>way that they want to go to create web pages. I was wondering at its
>ease of use. Is it easy to learn without any formal traing or should I
>investigate getting some training? Any input from people who use this
>tool would be appreciated. I can post a summary if there is interest.
>Cheers from Arizona.