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Microsoft® FrontPage® Version 2002 Step by Step Paperback – July 6, 2001

ISBN-13: 978-0735613003 ISBN-10: 0735613001

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Online Training Solutions, Inc. (OTSI) is a traditional and electronic publishing company with years of experience in the creation, production, and delivery of computer software training. OTSI is also the author of several Step by Step books about Office System applications.

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Product Details

  • Series: Step by Step
  • Paperback: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press (July 6, 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0735613001
  • ISBN-13: 978-0735613003
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 1 x 9.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,064,203 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Joan Lambert has worked in the training and certification industry for 16 years. As President of Online Training Solutions, Inc. (OTSI), Joan is responsible for guiding the translation of technical information and requirements into useful, relevant, and measurable training and certification tools.

Joan is a Microsoft Certified Office Master, Microsoft Certified Applications Specialist Instructor, Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist, Microsoft Technology Associate, Microsoft Certified Trainer, and the author of more than two dozen books about Windows and Office (for Windows and Mac).

Joan enthusiastically shares her love of technology through her participation in the creation of books, learning materials, and certification exams. She greatly enjoys communicating the benefits of new technologoes by delivering training and facilitating Microsoft Experience Center events.

Joan currently lives in a nearly perfect small town in Texas with her nearly perfect daughter, slightly naughty Paperanian dog, appropriately superior cat, and the super-automatic espresso machine that runs the house.

Customer Reviews

You don't want to wake them up.
Louis Eagle Warrior
It is an excellent step by step book, which also shows pictures to make sure you are in the right dialog box, etc.
Cindy Bell
I found it very disturbing to work in.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

65 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Michael J Woznicki HALL OF FAME on July 8, 2001
Format: Paperback
In the world of web design it is very important to make sure that you use a application that will enhance the overall outlook of the web page, my personal choice is FrontPage and along with that comes the idea of learning the application. This book is my choice for that job.

In just over 325 pages I found a wealth of information that not only shows me how to use the program but also prepares me for the MOUS exam for Front Page 2002. The easy to follow along guidelines make learning a breeze and for those who can't afford formal classroom training this may be the answer.

Within the 12 chapters you'll cover topics like creating the web site, lists, tables, graphics, building a web site from the ground up, web layouts and links. Also there is coverage of auto updating the web site, working with databases, management and publishing of the web site.

Use of color photos enhanced the learning process because you can see the actual finished product before you get started. Along with tips and tricks the step by step instructions make building and creating web pages very easy.

Built for the beginner this book is an excellent tool for web designer in all of us. The author has also included HTML coding examples to show the underlying world of web design. Overall this book is well worth the price.
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42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 23, 2001
Format: Paperback
Step by Step Frontpage 2002 does a good of teaching static page web publishing in the first eight chapters. However, the last four chapters require access to a web hosted server with appropriate Microsoft extensions (usually with minimal contracts and ongoing costs), or having Windows 2000 Professional or NT (or soon XP Pro) installed locally. No mention is made of this in the forward to the book. There are no simulations of these functions, so unless you meet the above criteria, the last four chapters covering dynamic web publishing, database access and web site management are not useful to the reader.
There are also several instances where the book descriptions and examples do not match the results from the shipping Frontpage 2002 product I received - and the results you get for an exercise may be somewhat different than shown in the book. Likely, at least part of the book was written using a pre-release of Frontpage 2002.
I would have preferred at least a simulation for the exercises in the last four chapters to make this book truly valuable to me to understand the full capabilities of Frontpage 2002. To achieve this, I will have to either sign up for the web services with a contract, or buy and install Windows XP Pro to finish the last four chapters of the book. Buyer Beware!
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Doug Saylor on September 28, 2001
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The Step by Step series is colorful, straightforward and friendly. I'll admit, I've had fits with FrontPage 98. I've just never caught on. But, hearing good things about the 2002 edition, I upgraded. Know that the book that comes with the software from Micorsoft is *brief* so I knew I needed more help. I checked out a couple of other FP books but was suspect that their too-technical, no-illustrations content was not what I needed to get up and running. The SbS series is a good hand-holder and gave me the bigger picture perspective. I got my site up and am pleased. I did buy one more book for the more technical issues but I credit this pub for getting me going. As I upgrade to the XP versions, I will continue buying the Step by Step series.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By yacob nayman on September 14, 2002
Format: Paperback
My goal was to build web sites with Frontpage-2002, so I bought this book.
Now (after 5 weeks) I have 2 sites.
The uniqueness of the book com's from the built-in drils (easy to follow) that take you step by step and lead you to the goal off creating web sites. This uniqueness is a must for beginers.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Dan Oproiu on February 19, 2003
Format: Paperback
Step by Step Frontpage 2002 does a good of teaching static page web publishing in the first eight chapters. However, the last four chapters require access to a web hosted server with appropriate Microsoft extensions (usually with minimal contracts and ongoing costs), or having Windows 2000 Professional or NT (or soon XP Pro) installed locally. No mention is made of this in the forward to the book. There are no simulations of these functions, so unless you meet the above criteria, the last four chapters covering dynamic web publishing, database access and web site management are not useful to the reader.
There are also several instances where the book descriptions and examples do not match the results from the shipping Frontpage 2002 product I received - and the results you get for an exercise may be somewhat different than shown in the book. Likely, at least part of the book was written using a pre-release of Frontpage 2002.
I would have preferred at least a simulation for the exercises in the last four chapters to make this book truly valuable to me to understand the full capabilities of Frontpage 2002. To achieve this, I will have to either sign up for the web services with a contract, or buy and install Windows XP Pro to finish the last four chapters of the book. Buyer Beware!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 11, 2003
Format: Paperback
I'm giving this book a one because I'm in a bad mood right at the moment.
First let me say that I am a web designer, and have been building sites for several years. I've used Frontpage before, but have been using Dreamweaver for the past 3 years.
Anyway, I'm teaching a class on Frontpage, and was looking for a book to use for the class. This isn't it.
Chapter 11 on publishing your site covers everything except publishing to a remote server from your local machine (which is the most common way to publish). It finally covers publishing on the next chapter entitled "Managing Your Site", but unfortunately the instructions aren't even close to what is available in FrontPage 2002. Evidently they were using a pre-release version of the software. Try going through the instructions on p.279 ????? "Views Bar" "ServerAdmin" "Web Folders" icon?????? I had to glance at the cover of the book to make sure I hadn't accidently picked up a book on FP 2000 by mistake.
I haven't really explored the book very thoroughly, so it might be a decent book, but just from looking at a few different topics I'm ready to toss it already.
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