Re: Frontpage?

Subject: Re: Frontpage?
From: Michael Cenedella <ropes -at- TELEPORT -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 3 Mar 1998 10:56:28 -0800

-----Original Message-----
From: Elizabeth Sotallaro <esotal -at- conwaycorp -dot- net>
To: Michael Cenedella <ropes -at- teleport -dot- com>
Date: Tuesday, March 03, 1998 10:00 AM
Subject: Re: Frontpage?

>Michael Cenedella wrote:
>> (snipped).. I particularly like that it's easy to find your cursor's >
place in the HTML view for tweaking....
>I've used FP 97 since late last fall -- how do you find the cursor's
>place in HTML view? Also, somewhere I'd gotten the idea that MS didn't
>mean to allow editing in the FP HTML window; however, I've done it many
>times. What's your take on that?


I used the beta when I laid out the tables on my webpage. When I placed the
cursor on the part I want to edit, then clicked on the HTML tab on the
bottom, I saw the code with the cursor's place in a different color. If this
is not available any more, Why not, BILL?

I always edited as I wished in the HTML window; I thought that's what it was

I got the full version right after the job I contracted was done - in FP
Express. Words cannot Express how badly I felt as I tried to Publish with FP
Express. It does not Excel. I pity anyone who only has Access to FP Express.

>TIA. I'm an independent telecommuting contractor, and haven't run
>across many who're using FP. Also, like most of us, it's easier to ask
>someone who knows than to look it up! (Wonder if this has anything to do
>with the fact I don't have a good reference book on FP???)
>Elizabeth Sotallaro (501) 329-0958
>JS&A Consulting (501) 329-0012 (fax)
>esotal -at- conwaycorp -dot- net

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