Microsoft Office 2000 – Beginning FrontPage

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To provide an introduction to the core concepts of Microsoft FrontPage 2000

Target Audience

Anyone wishing to become familiar with FrontPage 2000 or needing to create professional-standard Internet or intranet sites quickly and easily; students who wish to become certified as a Microsoft Office Specialist

Prerequisites

Familiarity with a Windows user environment; familiarity with Word 2000; basic end-user experience of the Internet or an intranet

Expected Duration

265 min.

Course Objectives

Microsoft Office 2000 – Beginning FrontPage

  • identify the structure of a FrontPage web site and open and navigate FrontPage.
  • identify the different methods of creating a web site in FrontPage and use wizards and templates to create web sites.
  • create a web site using the Corporate Presence Wizard, and save the site.
  • open a web site and use themes in FrontPage.
  • apply, modify, and save a theme in FrontPage.
  • add a page to a web site by creating a new blank page, using a template, and using a wizard.
  • create a new web page using a template and view that page in different views.
  • import Office files into a web site and recognize the different methods for changing the title of a web page.
  • enhance the text in a web site using formatting, bulletted and numbered lists, and hyperlinks.
  • format text and create two different types of hyperlinks.
  • identify the different ways of inserting a table into a FrontPage web site.
  • change the appearance of a table in a web page.
  • create a table and modify its appearance.
  • recognize the different file formats that can be used in a FrontPage web site and add images to a web page.
  • edit images in a web page by flipping, rotating, resizing, adding beveling and text, and creating hotspots.
  • add and import two images into a web page and change their appearance.
  • add hit counters, scrolling text, transition effects, and search forms to web pages.
  • view and organize web sites using the different views in FrontPage.
  • manage web sites by checking spelling, changing filenames, verifying hyperlinks, and searching for and replacing text.
  • change the filename of a web page and verify the web site’s hyperlinks.
  • manage and maintain a web site by creating and sorting tasks.
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