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New computer/where is frontpage?

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by jawproducts, Sep 7, 2004.

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  1. jawproducts

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    HI, i have a brand new xp computer; i thought they all came with microsoft frontpage? i see a folder but the program wont open.......
    I just bought the package from www.cartit.com to try their shopping cart but i didnt realize you needed to know programming, but it says something about not having to know programming if you use frontpage because they have free plug ins for it or smething? i know html very well but had no clue that a shop cart included all of this. does anyone know how i can get front page to work? i see the "folder" inside my computer>program files folder but when i click it says "version 3" then i click that and it says "bin" and then nothing...where do i get the actual program?
     
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    Try running Belarc. http://www.belarc.com/free_download.html

    When the PC analysis is done, check the "Software Licenses" section and see if you see FrontPage. You might need to click * beside a Microsoft Product under "Software Versions" to see where and if the FrontPage software is installed.

    FrontPage doesn't historically come installed; but if you can tell us your version of Microsoft Office, that would help bunches. :)
     

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