The best advice I can offer is to start with the FrontPage help files. These include a full 'Getting Started' tutorial as well as details on all the common functions you might want to use on a web page.
This link click here takes you to the Microsoft site where there is a FrontPage 2000 tutorial. It walks you through building a Millennium celebration website from start to finish and explains as it goes what you are doing, the tools you are using and how to use them.
Some more useful links:
click here (another one from Microsoft)
Instead of dumping images and text here there and everywhere, try using tables on your page to create a layout that allows you to drop your text and images into the table cells.
Finally, about the best way to learn FrontPage or any other web authoring program is simply to play with it. Clicking here and there, reading the help files and experimenting is about the best overall way of coming to grips with FrontPage.
Don't get too discouraged. Everything is easy, once you know how it's done. Until then all you see are problems and obstacles, but you will get there. If you come unstuck with specifics, just ask. Once you get your head around a few simple basics you will be amazed at how quickly your work progresses.
Good luck with it.