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Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by jacksboroman, Jan 25, 2005.

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  1. jacksboroman

    jacksboroman Thread Starter

    Jan 25, 2005
    I have windows XP and using microsoft publisher 2003. I am having problems with my website. When I edit my website add pages everything has been working out ok however when I decide that I no loger need a page this is where the problem comes in. The old deleted pages do not show up in preview but when I post to the internet they show up. I have refreshed my browser, reinstalled publisher and formated my drive. Nothing works. Just do not understand what is going on. You can see the pages at all while editing and previewing but they seem to come up each time on the same page number.

    Can someone help!!! Exhausted

  2. cnelson04


    Dec 28, 2003
    hey, and welcome to TSG. so whats happening is that, when you delete a page you don't want it still shows up? you could try and go to see where it saved the page and then you could just delete it manually, this way there will be no trace of the page at all, expect in your recycleing bin, then just delete it from there. Thats just an idea. :) -cnelson.
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