Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Using FTP to Publish Office 2007 Web Pages
Using FTP to Publish Offi ce 2007 Web Pages
When publishing a Web page using FTP, you fi rst must add the FTP location to your
computer before you can save to it. An FTP location, also called an FTP site , is a collection
of fi les that reside on an FTP server. In this case, the FTP server is the Web server.
To add an FTP location, you must obtain the name of the FTP site, which usually is
the address (URL) of the FTP server, and a user name and a password that allows you to
access the FTP server. You save and open the Web pages on the FTP server using the name
of the FTP site. Table D–3 explains how to add an FTP site.
Offi ce 2007 adds the name of the FTP site to the FTP locations list in the Save As
and Open dialog boxes. You can open and save fi les using this list. Table D–4 explains how
to save to an FTP location.
Table D–3 Adding an FTP Location
Table D–4 Saving to an FTP Location
1.
Click the Offi ce Button and then click Save As
or Open.
1.
Click the Offi ce Button and then click Save As.
2.
When the Save As dialog box is displayed, type the
Web page fi le name in the File name text box. Do
not press the ENTER key.
2.
When the Save As dialog box (or Open dialog box)
appears, click the Tools button arrow, and then click
Map Network Drive... When the Map Network Drive
dialog box is displayed, click the ‘Connect to a Web
site that you can use to store your documents and
pictures’ link.
3.
Click the Save as type box arrow and then click Web
Page to select the Web Page format.
4.
Click Computer in the Navigation pane.
3.
When the Add Network Location Wizard dialog
box appears, click the Next button. If necessary,
click Choose a custom network location. Click the
Next button. Click the View examples link, type
the Internet or network address, and then click the
Next button. If you have a user name for the site,
click to deselect ‘Log on anonymously’ and type
your user name in the User name text box, and then
click Next. If the site allows anonymous logon, click
Next. Type a name for the location, click Next, click
to deselect the ‘Open this network location when
I click Finish’ check box, and click Finish. Click the
OK button.
5.
Double-click the name of the FTP site in the Network
Location list.
6.
When the FTP Log On dialog box appears, enter
your user name and password and then click the
OK button.
7.
Click the Save button in the Save As dialog box.
4.
Close the Save As or the Open dialog box.
 
 
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