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Old 01-15-2010, 08:54 AM   #1
TooLoose_LeTrek
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Default Is Microsoft Expression Web3 Complex?

I need some software to keep my very simple website up to date. I have been using MS Front Page 2000 until now and would like to get something more secure and current. As I am installing Microsoft Office 2007 business software, I can purchase Microsoft Expression Web 3 (which replaces Front Page) reasonably cheap price. My question is...is this software really complicated and not very user friendly? I read online that it is intended to compete with Dream Weaver. I can do very very very basic HTML editing and need something that will not require a steep learning curve. I just don't have that kind of time. Or interest.

I went to a computer store the other day and they had two products on the shelf: Namo Web Editor Pro and Serif's WebPlus X4. I looked up the Namo and it looks like it was published around 2006 and hasn't been tweaked much since.

Any suggestions of whether or not I should take the plunge on the Microsoft program?
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