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Folder Icons

Folder Icons

Folder Icons

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In My Web folder, while editing, I notice the same page will have 2 icons sometimes. One will look like a sheet of paper the other will look the same but with a pencil. What is the difference. I have experienced some difficulties and think not knowing this may be part of my problem. Thanks!

RE: Folder Icons

I've noticed that, too.  It only occurs while I'm editing a specific page--and only one that's in a subdirectory.  FrontPage may temporarily be saving the page into the main web directory while you're editing it, like a temp file.  The page is always gone after I close the file.


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