2007 Calendar FrontPage Template - I cannot get it to display corr


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I downloaded a 2007 FrontPage Calendar that is an excel workbook, one month
per excel worksheet. I saved it as an (htm. html.) file and imported into
FrontPage. When I view it in Frontpage it works fine; however, when I try to
view it on the Web I can see the tabs for the work sheet but no calendar and
I get an error message:
PAGE NOT FOUND
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Why does it work when I "preview" it but not after I transfer it to the
web???? I am very greatful to anyone who will try to help me.

http://www.gbgm-umc.org/otterbein/2007_Calendar.htm ---This is the page that
won't work. It is my church's website and I really need help. Thanks!!!
 
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Hi - I wrote a reply to another FrontPage/Calendar/error thread - a few
threads up from here see my answer there. The Answer and I'll catch up with
you - error messages sound separate but might be able to help figure it out.
One of my clients that use Outlook on their website is a church and they have
a very extensive calendar and didn't want to have to read the info out of
their Outlook and type it into a (Excel or Word) template. They keep their
internal church calander for all departments, groups, building use, etc, etc.
updating the calendar on the web is a 60 second task at most. They also keep
2-3 active months post "out there".

Since the errors (may/might) be of another source, we could do it thru email
- may not be a "true" fontpage challenge - some might object to "going out
that far" . But your call on that.
 
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Guest

-g-, Thanks for your help. I use Microsoft Outlook 2003 and I briefly
looked at the import/export area but got confused. I chose to "export a
file" but do not know what type of file to create. Would you be so kind as
to give me some step-by-step instructions? Is it possible to give the the
church's website so I can check out what the calendar looks like online??? I
really apprecite your help and time. Kind Regards, Karen
 
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Karen

Write me here (if you're ok with that) As I mentioned, may not all be
FrontPage and I'm not here enough to know where to talk/not talk - changing
subjects. The other reason is for the next couple of days I'll be working at
a site with just barley something faster than a dislup connection. These
webpages take most of their bandwidth and "hours" to load the firat page -
scroll - HA, today?? Not sure if my address will show (e-mail address removed) Hope
you won't mind - If uncomfortable, I understand. I'll explain in email?? why
I don't put the church's web here but more than happy to share it with you
then. Web presentation of Outlook looks better that in person and with all
the detial you want to show. All for now - got an hour commute and I'll look
at my mail when I get there. Now - West Coast 7:00am

-g-
 

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