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Old 05-21-2009, 10:25 AM   #1
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Default MS FrontPage 3.0

I have MS FrontPage 3.0 installed in an older computer, but I want to switch the work I do with it to my newer WindowsXP Pro computer. I have FP installed there, but I have had some difficulties with ensuring that I have the production website there and ready for publishing from the hard drive to the hosting company. Right now, the hosting company version is the definitive one, but of course I have the hard drive version on the older computer, too.

How can I make the switch successfully? I tried some months ago, and only got into trouble. If I start with the online, hosting company version, can I pull it back onto the hard drive, make changes, and publish upwards again? Are there some traps along the way.

Oh, there is only one last client on this software, so I must consider it a legacy situation and not yearn for getting away from FrontPage. They won't pay for that, and I don't want to make the effort. I just want to continue to get paid for maintenance.
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