File Transfer - FrontPage - Version 2002 (xp) - Restoring from Remote Location
If for some reason your frontpage files become lost or damaged, but there is a good copy on the server, you can import it to your hard drive. Open Frontpage and click File and choose Open Web.



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In the Web name field, type in your http address. (http:// followed by your domain name) Then click Open.



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Type in your username and password and click OK.



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Click on your Index File and choose Open.



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Once the Index file is open, click on File and choose Publish Web.



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For the Enter Publish Destination field, click Browse.



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Select the local hard drive folder you would like to publish to (restore files to). Then click Open.



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For the Publish Destination window, click OK.



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Frontpage will notify you that a web does not exist. Click OK to create one.



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Click the Publish button.



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Frontpage will let you know that the Website has been published successfully.



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Your entire frontpage site is now restored to your hard drive.



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