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3. Select a Web-page template.
For your Web-site-creation pleasure, Office Live has included templates
for areas that are common to most Web sites. Select the one that
pertains to the page you’d like to add, or just choose the General template.
4. Click Next to continue.
The Choose Page Properties page opens (see Figure 5-7).
5. Give the new page a title, and decide whether it’s going to appear in
the Navigation bar.
If you give the new page the same name as an existing page, you can opt
to overwrite the existing page.
Figure 5-7:
the page
of the new
Web page.
6. Click Finish to close the wizard.
You land with a plop back at the Page Manager. And — wonder of
wonders — you see the new page listed with all your other existing Web
Changing the order of your Web-site pages
Although I can’t provide you with a quick and easy way to move your living
room furniture, I can show you how easy it is to move around the pages of
your Web site. You might want to think of the Navigation bar as your Web
site’s table of contents because it lists your Web pages in the order of their
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