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A monthly newsletter created expressly for users of the Microsoft FrontPage Web site creation and management tool.

AccessFP 'Microsoft FrontPage Bulletin' Archives
The only place on the net that contains ALL the bulletins going back two years.
(With the exception of Jan and April 99 bulletins do you have them? Let me know)

This free monthly newsletter helps you get the most out of Microsoft FrontPage with insights and information on the world's leading Web authoring and creation tool. Learn about special limited-time offers, upcoming releases, the latest tips and expert advice, new additions to Microsoft FrontPage, and more—all delivered right to your e-mail inbox.

For a look at the latest edition of the FrontPage Bulletin, read what's below. To start receiving upcoming editions, subscribe today.

NOTE: I receive my MS FP Bulletin one month late, now I have found the site, I will be able to post the bulletins sooner. However please note the bulletins one receives via subscription at MS are not the same format as the site bulletins and that the msfp site also contains other information. There is one other important point to note and that is the archives at do not as far as back as these, so if you want to look back this is the place to do it! You can also obtain the bulletins as FREE E-books with your membership of AnyFrontPage Bytes.

In this issue:  March 1999

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In this issue:
--FrontPage User Group
--Patch Now Available for Users of FrontPage Personal Web Server
--Web Site Showcase: Three Great Sites Created with FrontPage
--Simple Questions Answered in Tutorial Articles
--Embedding Fonts in Your Web Site
--Editing Shared Borders
--Free Trial: Secured Form from Internet Technologies, Inc.
--Free Download: Lotus Domino Design Components for Microsoft FrontPage
--Free Trial: Add Workflow to Your FrontPage Web with Emailflow
--Internet Explorer 5 Chat


A new UK FrontPage User Group is being launched with a seminar on the 23rd March at Microsoft's offices in Reading. The user group will provide members with the opportunity to share their experience of working with FrontPage and other web products such as Visual InterDev, Visual J++ and IIS. The initial seminar features presentations by leading industry experts on web-site design, web-based application development, E-Commerce and tips for getting search engines to highlight your web site. For further information on the seminar or membership please contact Margaret Chamberlain on 01242 521212 (tel), 01242 226021 (fax), 

Microsoft has released a patch to remedy a potential security vulnerability that has recently come to our attention and affects certain versions of the FrontPage Personal Web Server.  This issue DOES NOT affect the Microsoft Personal Web Server that ships with FrontPage 98, FrontPage 97, FrontPage 1.1, or the Microsoft Windows 95, Microsoft Windows 98, and Windows NT operating systems. The security problem only affects servers being used as a live server running Windows 95 or Windows 98. (Windows NT-based systems are not affected.)  This potential problem affects a small number of users, as FrontPage Personal Web Server is not installed by default in FrontPage 98. Find out more information about this patch at the Web page listed above.


The Web sites listed below come from the thousands of submissions we've received to our request for "killer Web sites." Our intent is to highlight sites that will provide you with new ideas, inspiration, and examples for your own Web sites. Thanks to those of you who have submitted sites. We will continue to highlight more of them in upcoming issues.

See how this fly fishing outfitter sells everything from waterwisp flies to waders from this FrontPage-based Web site.  This site also shows how to use frames pages to assist in navigating a site with a lot of information on a variety of subjects.

Golfers in and around Canada's capital city of Ottawa, Ontario, can visit this very large FrontPage-based Web site to find everything from golf jokes to weather conditions and classified ads (which users may also submit via a FrontPage-based form).

If you're a Denton, think you may be a Denton, or just want to know more about the Dentons, check out the Denton genealogy Web site.  Entirely created and maintained with Microsoft FrontPage and Microsoft ImageComposer, the site has had almost 50,000 hits in less than a year.  It has been featured on a CBS television affiliate in Los Angeles as an outstanding example of a genealogy Web site. 
If you would like to nominate your site for Killer Web Site, you can send e-mail to
There are no technical support representatives on this alias, so please use it only to submit nominations for Killer Web Sites or technical tips we can publish in future bulletins.


Many of the questions we receive from users ask us for information on how to perform simple site-creation tasks using FrontPage.  To these users, we recommend checking out the Topics List for the FrontPage tutorial, where you'll find articles like "How to import images," "Creating a table," and "Replacing text on all pages."

If you're a designer, you've probably been frustrated at times by the Web's limitation in handling fonts. In this article, we show you how to embed copies of the fonts you want to use within your Web site. When you do so, Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 (and later versions) will use those embedded font copies to display your text accurately. Other browsers will simply ignore the embedded-font instructions and continue to use a default font.

Have you ever tried to edit the HTML code in one of the shared borders in FrontPage 98? At first glance, this code is inaccessible. If you look at the HTML of a page that includes a shared border, you won't find what you're looking for.
To edit the shared border's HTML, go to FrontPage Explorer and choose Web Settings from the Tools menu. Click the Advanced tab and then select the Show Documents In Hidden Directories check box. Click OK to continue. FrontPage will refresh the display, and you'll see a new directory called _borders. Inside, you'll find an HTML page that corresponds to each border you've enabled: top.htm, bottom.htm, left.htm, and/or right.htm. You can open and edit each of these files in FrontPage Editor.

Quick Tips provided by Inside Microsoft FrontPage, a ZD Journals publication. For a free issue, visit:


A fast, easy way to add a secure order form to your FrontPage-based Web site. Let ITI set up a secured SSL order form for your existing FrontPage-based Web site and start selling online today with SecuredForm. 

Now, companies with Lotus Domino Web Application Servers can use Microsoft FrontPage 98 to publish their Web sites to them.  When you access selected Domino constructs within the  FrontPage authoring environment with the Domino Site Wizard, you can easily configure FrontPage-based Web sites to be published to Domino.  The Domino Design Components for FrontPage supports Lotus Domino R4.6.2a. 

Automate order processing, sales follow up, support and purchasing requests by intelligently routing Web forms and e-mails.  By efficiently dealing with requests generated by your Web site, Emailflow will not only save your company time and money, but also improve your professional image. Visit their Web site to download a free Emailflow (for five users) for Exchange/SMTP. *

This complete step-by-step guide contains everything you need to launch an Internet Web site, and includes a 45-day trial of FrontPage 98 and an offer for 30 days of free Web site hosting with Netcom.  The cost is just $24.95 (US).

Your chance to chat to the UK Product Manager for IE5 the hottest new web browser on the Net and get a special sneak preview in this exclusive online chat event.
Put your questions in advance to
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 (IE5) is the latest version of Microsoft's market-leading Internet browser. The browser is also smaller and faster, and adds support for the latest Internet standards.

That's it for this month's issue. 

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We greatly value your feedback on this newsletter - if you have any comments or suggestions for future content, please email us at, or call us on 0345 00 2000. 

We look forward to hearing from you.

That's it for this month's issue.

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