Office 2007 has no Frontpage, so how do I maintain my website?


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Guest

I've been using (simple) Frontpage 2003 to maintain 3 simple websites. Now
that Office 2007 comes without Frontpage, how am I supposed to maintain my
website?

Are they forcing me to buy the Sharepoint Designer tool (or Dreamweaver) to
maintain my websites, OR

Can I upgrade to Office 2007 and leave Frontpage 2003 on my PC, OR

Does Office 2007 include a website maintenance tool other than Frontpage?

I realize Frontpage 2003 was not the slickest tool for maintaining a
website, but it worked for my simple sites. Now I'm delaying upgrading to
Office 2007 for fear of losing functionality I have to have.

Thanks for any suggestions.
 
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C

Chuck Davis

Steve,

See my answers below
Steve Trowell said:
I've been using (simple) Frontpage 2003 to maintain 3 simple websites.
Now
that Office 2007 comes without Frontpage, how am I supposed to maintain my
website?
You can use FrontPage 2003 for many years.
Are they forcing me to buy the Sharepoint Designer tool (or Dreamweaver)
to
maintain my websites, OR

Microsoft has launched Expressions to replace FrontPage.
http://www.microsoft.com/products/expression/en/default.mspx
Can I upgrade to Office 2007 and leave Frontpage 2003 on my PC, OR

I have upgraded to Office 2007 and continue to run FrontPage 2003 as before.
Does Office 2007 include a website maintenance tool other than Frontpage?

Office 2007 does not. See Expressions discussion above.
I realize Frontpage 2003 was not the slickest tool for maintaining a
website, but it worked for my simple sites. Now I'm delaying upgrading to
Office 2007 for fear of losing functionality I have to have.

No need to fear...
 

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