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  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne (1 Oct. 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0072258748
  • ISBN-13: 978-0072258745
  • Product Dimensions: 20.1 x 1.4 x 25.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,233,779 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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We know a picture is worth a thousand words--so we went heavy on pictures and light on words in this easy-to-use guide. Color screenshots and brief instructions show you how to use all of FrontPage’s Web site creation and management features in no time. Follow along and learn to design and publish a Web site, use tables and frames, add graphics, create interactive forms, create dynamic web templates, use HTML, and much more. Each chapter’s “How to” list and color-coded tabs make it easy to flip straight to the tasks you need to do. Get the book that gets you started using FrontPage right away.

In each chapter:

  • Shortcuts for accomplishing common tasks
  • Need-to-know facts in concise narrative
  • Helpful reminders or alternate ways of doing things
  • Bonus information related to the topic being covered
  • Errors and pitfalls to avoid
  • Screenshots with callouts show and explain exactly what you’ll see on your computer screen while you’re doing a task

Marty Matthews has more than 40 years of computing experience and has written more than 60 books, including Windows XP QuickSteps, Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 QuickSteps, and FrontPage 2003: The Complete Reference. John Cronan has more than 25 years of computing experience and has been writing and editing computer-related books for more than 10 years. His recent books include Microsoft Office Excel 2003 QuickSteps, Microsoft Office Access 2003 QuickSteps, and eBay QuickSteps. Erik B. Poulsen, an author and senior Web Developer with Sherman Software Solutions, has more than 16 years of computer experience. He has co-authored and contributed to a number of books including FrontPage 2003: The Complete Reference.

About the Author

Marty Matthews has more than 40 years of computing experience. He has written or coauthored more than 60 computer books, including Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003: The Complete Reference, Windows XP QuickSteps, and Microsoft Outlook 2003 QuickSteps.

John Cronan has been writing and editing computer-related materials for more than 12 years and is the author of Microsoft Office Excel 2003 QuickSteps, as well as co-author of Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003: The Complete Reference.


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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By M. Amirian on 28 Aug. 2005
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I chose this book among 4 others. And I don't regret it. The book is written in a simple language, suitable for beginners. there are loads of diagrams and you can actuallu see what's it talking about.
and I can say all the most important points that you need to publish a pro looking website and even more are covered in this book. it won't turn you down. probably the best in the market for such an unbelievable price
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By C R Maddock on 11 Mar. 2015
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Very helpful book for anyone trying to learn how to create and edit web pages
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When You're Beginning 20 Nov. 2005
By S. Scott - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I purchased the book to learn a little about FrontPage 2003. I wanted to publish a personal web site. This book is absolutely fantastic for what I wanted. No, it's not for the guru's, but if you want a book to step you through the basics and be useful as a reference, this is it. The pictures are well laid out and well marked. The sidebars are full of useful information.
23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Gives YouAll The Details 28 Nov. 2006
By A. J. Baltes - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Microsoft FrontPage 2003

I believe that beginners not experienced with using a computer could use this book. It includes step by step instructions on how to use Microsoft FrontPage. From clicking the start button to, to exiting out of the programs, to creating web pages, to publishing web pages, this book shows in great detail how to create a web page.
The first chapter in the book describes how to first get to Microsoft Front page such as showing what different icons mean and the different toolbars inside of Front page. It shows which you need to click on to get where you want too. It explains how to use a mouse and which side of the mouse to click in order to carry out certain tasks.
The second chapter of the book describes how to start creating a web page. It gives you information on planning a web site, what the content will be, how to keep it organized and what it will look like. It teaches how to add text and pictures to your web page.
The third chapter explains how to format a Web Page. Formatting a web page includes adding vibrant colors and text to your page instead of a plain boring text. You can choose themes and pictures to go across your web page as well.
The fourth chapter of this book explains how to work with graphics. Graphics is a term used to describe forms of visual enhancements that can be added to a web page. [...] It shows how to add clips, move and copy clips, and even delete clips. It explains how to resize, edit and crop pictures to get them the way you want them.
The fifth chapter explains how to set up navigation and publishing of a web sites. It explains how to insert a hyperlink and how to link them to web pages and files. It also explain how to link it to an email address. It explains how to manage a site and how Microsoft Front Page has the tools that check the quality of your site.
Chapter six in the book explains designing with tables and frames. It shows how to use tables for your page layouts. It explains 3 different ways you can create a table. It explains how to make a table from certain things such as a menu or toolbar. You can also add rows and columns to your table.
In chapter seven of the book, we learn how to use wizards and templates. Wizards ask you questions about what you want your web page to be about and uses a layout based on your answers. Templates define common areas of a web page that are set aside for content that will appear on each page of a web.
Chapter eight explains how to work with forms. Once again it asks questions as the wizard does and uses your answers to build a form. It explains how to build a form from scratch, review and edit it, then complete and use the form.
Chapter nine talks about using web components and shared borders. How to speed up and automate the production of your web page.
At last, chapter ten shows us how to use the HTML. The HTML controls to appearance of your webs by controlling the layout and look of the pages. It shows neat character styles that you can add to your HTML such as making something bold, big, small, underlined, etc. It shows you how to put a lot of stuff together, and its really helpful.
Overall, I think that this book is really good and descriptive and provides the reader with lots of step by step information to get through creating web pages. I think that anyone can use this book, experienced with computers, or not. I think it would be a little more helpful to people not experienced in using computers, but it could also help people that are, to help find things for which they are specifically looking.
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
great starter 5 Aug. 2006
By John L. Jones - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
this book is an excellent starter. with it building a first website is a breeze. well organized, easy to read. buy this and a reference volume (like the "missing manual") and you are good to go.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
filled a gap 31 May 2006
By Larryd - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I found "Quicksteps" filled a gap left between the Dummies and online help. The Dummies book just showed "How To" do items the author liked.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Front Page 1-2-3 3 Aug. 2006
By Sharon L. Meinke - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Excellent book!. I got it at the Library first to see if it was worth buying & it was! very user friendly & easy to follow along. It has you knowing the program 1-2-3.
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