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phill05

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Hi just started playing about designing a web site for myself have constucted some web pages in M/S Publisher when I come to Web page preview the navigation buttons are not seen.
I am running on XP pro with Internet explorer 8, have just installed the latest Sun Jave thought it might help.

Have tried preview on a laptop running Vista and the buttons are there and working, have checked settings between the two I/E's both are same.

Can anyone see what I am missing please.

Phill

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Publisher is a useful DTP application, but it's hopeless when it comes to HTML. Take his advice, and use one of the mainstream WYSIWYG applications, like NetObjects Fusion, or Microsoft Expression.

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phill05

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Many thanks for getting back to me so quick, as I have done a lot of the work on 12 pages would it be possible to export the layouts to one of the other programs you suggest?

Once again thanks for this advice.

Phill

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Forum Editor

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is 'no'.

Start from scratch. Irritating as it may be it will be the best way in the end.

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phill05

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Thanks again I should know there no short cuts.

Phill

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