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Hello.

I use Vision 2007 to build a web site. The website consists of 4 pages (Home, Products, Services, Contact) and I have navigation buttons for each of these pages. When I open the page, it displays a frame on the left hand side of the page with links for each page. The main page is displayed with 2 inch left, bottom and right margins. I am not proficient with HTML so was hoping to be able to remove the navigation frame and margins within Visio. Is that possible?

Thanks a ton.

RE: Visio Web Page

you can remove the navigation page.

Save the Viso page again using Save As Web Page

When the window pops up instead of clicking the Save button, click the Publish button. This will open a new window showing all the items you choose from. Either check mark or uncheck mark what you do not want displayed. to get rid of the navigation bar uncheck the Details box

 

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