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1 KuisJelaskan pengertian internet dari segi teknis, pengetahuan dan secara umum!Apa yang dimaksud dengan :browsingbrowserchatting3. Mengapa Internet Explorer merupakan browser yang paling banyak digunakan ?4. Tuliskan URL/alamat situs universitas Negeri Gorontalo5. Apakah perbedaan mendasar antara dan chatting. Jangan menuliskan pengertian masing-masing, tuliskan perbedaannya saja.
2 Microsoft® Office FrontPage® 2003 Training [Note to trainer: For detailed help in customizing this template, see the very last slide. Also, look for additional lesson text in the notes pane of some slides.]Membuat Website Dengan FrontPage 2003
3 Materi Kuliah Overview: Membangun sebuah website Lesson 1: Bagaimana merencanakan isiLesson 2: Tentang Situs Web dan Server WebLesson 3: Tentang Situs Web FrontPageLesson 4: Bagaimana membuat Situs Web FrontPageLesson 5: Pengaturan situs dari berbagai aspekLesson 6: Bagaimana membuat halaman web
4 Overview: Create a Web site with FrontPage So you want to create a Web site. That's great — a Web site can be a powerful and efficient way to communicate with people.This course will teach you how to create a Web site using FrontPage It will also teach you things you should know before creating one.
5 Tujuan PerkuliahanMahasiswa mampu memahami konsep dasar seperti situs web, server web dan publikasi.Mahasiswa mampu memahami situs web FrontPage dan manfaatnya.Mahasiswa mampu memahami dua jenis Situs Web FrontPage: disk- based and server-based.Mahasiswa mampu membuat Situs Web.Mahasiswa mampu membuat halaman-halaman Web untuk sebuah situs, layout, teks, gambar dan lainnya.Mahasiswa mampu mengatur Situs Web site dari berbagai aspek.
7 Bagaimana Merencanakan Isi Saat merencanakan sebuah website, hal utama yang harus didahulukan adalah menentutkan tujuan.Desain situs disamping ini memiliki tujuan untuk menghasilkan penjualan produk secara online dengan target penjualan $500,000.Setelah melihat desain situs disamping ini, apakah anda setuju tujuan yang ingin dicapai sesuai dengan desainnya?
8 Tips dalam menentukan tujuan Pastikan dulu siapa yang anda inginkan untuk membuka situs anda.Pastikan tujuannya itu spesifik dan jelas.Buatlah tujuannya dengan sederhana, paling banyak satu kalimat saja.[Note to trainer: Steps—given in either numbered or bulleted lists—are always shown in yellow text.]
9 Sketsa struktur situsBegitu tujuannya telah ditetapkan, buatlah sketsa struktur/peta situs dengan pensil atau pulpen.Atau gunakan program pembuat diagram seperti Microsoft® Visio® untuk menggambar halamankotak- kotak dan panah sebagai link. Ingatlah selalu tujuan situs saat sedang membuat sketsa ini.
10 Sketsa layout dasarSetelah membuat sketsa peta situs, sekarang saatnya membuat sketsa layout dasar yang akan dipakai di setiap halaman.Anda bisa mulai mendesain layout halaman dengan FrontPage, tetapi sebaiknya didesain dulu pada selembar kertas. Pensil dan kertas lebih mudah di ubah.
11 Yang Perlu Diperhatikan : Beberapa hal yang perlu diperhatikan saat membuat layout :Apakah setiap halaman memiliki header dan footer yang sama?Apakah situs ini akan memiliki metode navigasi yang konsisten?Apakah situs ini bersifat interaktif atau statis?
12 Sketsa layout dasarDengan sketsa anda sebagai model, gunakan FrontPage untuk mendesain halaman-halaman web dalam HTML. Anda bisa menggunakan tabel sebagai untuk membuat struktur atau layout halaman.Begitu layoutnya sudah jadi, anda bisa segera mengisinya. Sebgai contoh anda bisa menambahkan teks, hyperlink, gambar, dan tombol- tombol interaktif
13 Test 1, question 1It is beneficial to sketch a map of your Web site before you create it because: (Pick one answer.)It is easier to change a site on paper than it is to change it after it has been built.It helps to improve your drawing skills every now and then.Sketching out a map can make it easy to find a page when you need to start designing it.
14 Test 1, question 1: AnswerIt is easier to change a site on paper than it is to change it after it has been builtErasing boxes and arrows is a lot easier than changing or deleting pages that are already built.
15 Test 1, question 2Which of the following is an example of a good goal for a Web site? (Pick one answer.)"To create a site that lets customers order products, lets employees access internal and confidential documents, and lets vendors submit orders.""To present our product catalog online, thereby saving $10,000 a month in printing and shipping costs.""The bottom line is that this Web site should make my boss and coworkers happy."
16 Test 1, question 2: Answer"To present our product catalog online, thereby saving $10,000 a month in printing and shipping costs.“Yes. This goal is specific, and it is also quantifiable.
17 Tentang Situs Web dan Server Web Lesson 2Tentang Situs Web dan Server Web
18 Tentang Situs Web dan Server Web Sebuah situs web adalah sekumpulan halaman-halaman HTML dan gambar-gamabar yang saling terhubung dengan hiperlink.Situs web juga dapat mengandung dokumen-dokumen word, multimedia, scripts, dan databases—berbagai tipe file.Note: Web sites can even have other Web sites, called subsites, that are nested within.
19 Web servers, definedA Web site cannot be seen by others unless it is published to a Web server.A Web server runs software that "serves" HTML pages and associated files when requested by a client, such as a Web browser.At first, when hearing the words "client" and "server," you might think you are at a restaurant. Well, this analogy is not that far off. When you use your browser to visit a site, you make your request by entering a URL (for example:When the server receives your request, it serves or downloads the page you need, plus all of its associated files like pictures, and so on.
20 Where to find a Web server Where do you find a Web server? That depends on how widely available you want your site to be:For the World Wide Web, find a hosting company.For a company’s Intranet, see the IT department, your manager, or the nearest computer guru.World Wide Web: If you want your site available on the World Wide Web, you need to find a company that offers space on its server. Companies like these are typically called Web site hosting companies, although you might sometimes hear them called Internet service providers. To find a Web site hosting company, search the Internet using your favorite search engine or use the URL provided in the practice session at the end of this lesson.Intranet: If you want your site available only to your company's intranet, then your IT department may have a server you can use. It's also possible that your very own computer may be able to be configured as a Web server. For details, you'll want to consult your IT department, your manager, or the nearest computer guru.
21 More information about Web servers When looking for a hosting company, cost, reliability, storage space, customer service, and security are good things to compare.One additional thing to look for is whether or not the hosting company supports FrontPage Server Extensions from Microsoft or Microsoft SharePoint® Services.These are two technologies that a server administrator can run on a Web server. (You do not need to install them on your own computer.) They extend the functionality of the server, making it easy for you to add special features to your Web pages.Link bars, discussions, and hit counters are just a few features they can provide. In addition, these two technologies also provide convenient publishing features, which we'll explain in more detail later.
22 How to put your site on a server To put your site on a Web server, you publish it. Publishing generally means copying all of the files to a remote location on a server.In most cases, the remote location is either an HTTP path or an FTP path. The path you use depends on what technologies your server supports.To find out which one your server supports, contact your hosting company, or your IT department.A server running If your Web server is running FrontPage Server Extensions or SharePoint Services, you would publish your site to an HTTP location. For example:FTP (the File Transfer Protocol) is another popular way to upload files to a remote server. If your server supports FTP, you would publish to an FTP location. For example, ftp://ftp.MyServer.com/myFolder. (Please note that even though you publish to an FTP path, you would still visit the site using an HTTP path in your browser.)Although not as common as the methods above, your server may support WebDAV (Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning). If this is the case, you would publish your site to an HTTP location, for example,
23 Web server detailsOnce you find a Web server and determine the remote location for your site, there are other important things to know before you create your Web site:URLThe correct file name for your home pageUser name and passwordServer restrictionsURL: The URL for your site may be determined by your hosting company, but you can also register your own unique URL. For example, if your company name is Adventure Works, your URL could be For more information on registering, search for "domain name registration" using your favorite search engine.The correct file name for your home page: Home pages can be named either index.htm, index.html, default.htm, or default.html depending on the kind of server your site will reside on. They are named this way so that when people visit the URL for your site, the server knows which file to automatically direct them to.User name and password: These are often needed to publish pages to a remote server.Server restrictions: The total file size of your site's files may not be able to exceed a certain size. Or there may be other restrictions, like not being able to use certain technologies. Make sure you know these limitations before designing your site.
24 Suggestions for practice If you want your site on the World Wide Web, search for a hosting company using your favorite search engine. Or, go to the Locate a Web Presence Provider site.If you want your site on your company's intranet, contact your IT department, your manager, or the nearest computer guru.Once you've found a server for your site, make sure to get the URL, publishing destination, user name, password, and the correct file name of the home page. It's also important to know if there's a file size limit.
25 Test 2, question 1Other people will be able to see your Web site on the World Wide Web if: (Pick one answer.)You do nothing else but create your site on your own hard drive.It is available on a Web server.The site is interesting to look at.
26 Test 2, question 1: Answer It is available on a Web server. You got it. A Web server has special server software that will make your pages and files available on the Web.
27 Test 2, question 2If you need to set up a Web site on an intranet, you should: (Pick one answer.)Pay a hosting company to host your site inside your network.Pay a hosting company to host your site outside of your networkAsk someone in the IT department.
28 Test 2, question 2: Answer Ask someone in the IT department. Yes, that's right. The people who maintain your company's network, typically called the IT department, are the right people to contact. Other potential contacts could be your manager, or the nearest computer guru.
29 About FrontPage Web sites Lesson 3About FrontPage Web sites
30 About FrontPage Web sites FrontPage is a Web site design tool. But it’s also a Web site management tool. You can use it to:Add, rename, delete, or move around files (without doing it in Microsoft® Windows® Explorer).Fix problems using special reports, like the broken hyperlinks report.Publish a Web site using FrontPage.(Continued on next slide)
31 About FrontPage Web sites, cont’d. The important thing to remember is that these management features are not available when opening and working on single HTML files. They are only available when you open and work on a FrontPage Web site.What is a FrontPage Web site?
32 What is a FrontPage Web site? A FrontPage Web site is a site created in FrontPage. It contains Web pages, graphics, documents, multimedia—almost any kind of file you want.A FrontPage Web site also contains hidden folders and files that support FrontPage-specific functionality. These hidden items are the FrontPage metadata for your site.When you open a FrontPage Web site, the Web Site tab appears at the top.
33 About FrontPage metadata FrontPage metadata is information about your FrontPage Web site that makes managing the site possible.This data is used by FrontPage to do all of the great management features we spoke of earlier (creating and moving files, running reports, publishing, and so on).The illustration here shows what a FrontPage Web site looks like outside of the FrontPage program.When Windows Explorer is configured to show hidden files and folders, you can see the additional FrontPage metadata folders, like the _vti_cnf folder and the _vti_pvt folder.The _vti_cnf folder contains information about every file, such as which links are within the file and who modified the file and when. The _vti_pvt folder stores all of the configuration information for the site, for example, which subsites are in the Web site and the permission configurations for the site.
34 Two kinds of FrontPage Web sites There are two kinds of FrontPage Web sites:disk-based sitesserver-based sitesIn short, a disk-based site is a FrontPage Web site you create on your local hard disk and then later publish to a Web server. A server-based site is one you create and work with directly on a Web server, without the extra step of publishing.Each kind has a clear advantage. When you're done reading about them on the following pages, you should be able to know which one is right for you.
35 Disk-based Web sitesA disk-based Web site is a site you create on your local hard drive.After you design and work on the site, you can later publish it to a remote location like a Web server.Disk-based sites are the most commonly used because they have a clear advantage: you can edit and test them on your hard drive before they go live. This is something that you will definitely want to do if your site has the potential to impact people in any kind of substantial way.For example, it's probably wise to create and test a disk-based site if it lists product prices. You'd want to test and review the pricing pages to make sure each price is accurate. Another example would be if someone is paying for an advertisement on your site. You'd want to test the appearance and the hyperlink for the ad to make sure it goes to the right place, right?Note: Some FrontPage features rely on the server and cannot be tested when using a disk-based site. For example, if you insert a hit counter, it will not function on your local hard disk, but it will when you publish your site to a server.
36 Server-based Web sites A server-based Web site is a site you create and work with directly on a Web server.As soon as you save your changes, they will be seen immediately on the Web.Note To use a server-based site, your FrontPage Web site must be on a server running FrontPage Server Extensions or SharePoint Services.
37 Test 3, question 1What is one of the major advantages of using a disk-based Web site? (Pick one answer.)You can test features like FrontPage hit counters if your site is disk-based.Web sites that are disk-based are often more eye- catching.You can edit and test a disk-based site before other people see it on the World Wide Web.
38 Test 3, question 1: AnswerYou can edit and test a disk-based site before other people see it on the World Wide Web.Yes, that's it. A disk-based Web site is stored on your local computer. Since it is stored locally, you can test most of the site functionality before it is available to the Web.
39 Test 3, question 2 A FrontPage Web site: (Pick one answer.) Consists solely of HTML files and pictures.Is a site created in FrontPage that contains FrontPage metadata.Is a site created in any other product besides Microsoft FrontPage.
40 Test 3, question 2: AnswerIs a site created in FrontPage that contains FrontPage metadata.Yes, that's it. The FrontPage metadata is not visible while you are working in FrontPage, but it helps FrontPage manage your site.
41 How to create a FrontPage Web site Lesson 4How to create a FrontPage Web site
42 How to create a FrontPage Web site So far you’ve learned how to plan your content, where to find a Web server, and the differences between disk-based and server-based sites.Now it's time to dive in and actually create a FrontPage Web site.
43 New task paneThe place to create a new FrontPage Web site is on the New Page or Web Site task pane. This task pane offers two ways to create a site:Click the One page Web site link.Click the More Web site templates link.Clicking the One page Web site link: This will create a FrontPage Web site with a blank home page ready for you to start working on.Clicking the More Web site templates link: This will let you create a FrontPage Web site that has pre-made pages, images, and design themes.
44 Specify a locationIf you choose to create a site with a template, you can choose the template you want on the left side of the Web Site Templates dialog box.(Continued on next slide.)
45 Specify a location, cont’d. Then, do one of two things:To create a disk-based site, specify a location on your computer. For example: C:\My Documents\My Web Sites\MyWebSite.To create a server-based site, specify a location on a Web server that is running FrontPage Server Extensions or SharePoint Services. For example:
46 Convert a Web siteIf you made a site using another program, you can convert it to a FrontPage Web site.To convert a Web site made in another program, click Open Site on the File menu. After you specify the folder you want to convert, FrontPage will ask you if you want to add information to that folder.The information that it wants to add is just two folders: the _vti_cnf folder and the _vti_pvt folder, which we covered in the previous lesson. Please note that it won't add anything to the HTML pages you have created.
47 Suggestions for practice Create a disk-based Web site using a template.If you have access to a server running FrontPage Server Extensions or SharePoint Services, create a server-based site.Online practice (requires FrontPage 2003)[Note to trainer: With FrontPage 2003 installed on your computer, you can click the link in the slide to go to an online practice. In the practice, you can work through each of these tasks in FrontPage, with instructions to guide you. Important: If you don’t have FrontPage 2003, you won’t be able to access the practice instructions.]
48 Test 4, question 1If you want to create a server-based site, which of the following is required? (Pick one answer.)A Web server running FrontPage Server Extensions or SharePoint Services.A Web server that is running the FrontPage program.A Web server running Microsoft Office.
49 Test 4, question 1: AnswerA Web server running FrontPage Server Extensions or SharePoint Services.Exactly. If a Web server is running one of these technologies, you can create a server-based Web site
50 Test 4, question 2If you need to create a disk-based site, which of the following would be the correct path to specify? (Pick one answer.)C:\My Documents\My Web Sites\MyWebSite
51 Test 4, question 2: AnswerIs a site created in FrontPage that contains FrontPage metadata.Yes, that's it. The FrontPage metadata is not visible while you are working in FrontPage, but it helps FrontPage manage your site
52 Manage a Web site using different views Lesson 4Manage a Web site using different views
53 Manage a Web site using different views Now that you know how to create a FrontPage Web site, you should know about the two kinds of views you can use to manage and design the site:Web site viewsPage views
54 Folders viewWhen you open a site and click the Web Site tab, the Web site view buttons are displayed at the bottom.In this illustration, the Folders view is selected. This view lets you see the files and folders that make up your FrontPage Web site, much like Windows® Explorer.
55 Remote Web site viewThe Remote Web site view is the place to go when you need to publish your Web site.The local version of the site will appear on the left.The remote site will appear on the right.This helpful view not only lets you publish a site to a remote Web server, it also lets you make a backup of your site by publishing it from a Web server to a local disk. You can also make a remote Web site and local Web site the same by synchronizing them with a click of a button.
56 Reports viewAnother powerful view is the Reports view. It contains many different diagnostic reports that you can run against your site.Three of the most helpful troubleshooting reports are:Unlinked files reportSlow pages reportBroken hyperlinks reportUnlinked files report This report finds any files in your Web site that don't have any links pointing to them. For example, you might have recently added a new page or file to the site, but forgot to provide a link so that people can access it.Slow pages report This report finds pages that will take a long time for people to download and look at.Broken hyperlinks report This report finds any links that don't go to valid locations.
57 Reports view, cont’d.When you open a page or create a new one, you are working in one of the Page views: Design, Split, Code, and Preview.When a page is open, these views are accessed by buttons at the bottom, as shown here.Note that when you have a page open in Page view, the other Web site views are no longer available at the bottom. (Although they are still available on the View menu or the Web Site tab if you need to switch back to them.)Design view is the one shown here. This view lets you visually design a page layout, type text, insert pictures, insert hyperlinks, and so on. While you work in the Design view, FrontPage does all of the HTML coding for you behind the scenes.The Design view is often referred to as the "WYSIWYG" view. WYSIWIG stands for "what you see is what you get," meaning, what you see in the Design view is more or less what the page will look like when it is seen in a Web browser.
58 Split viewThe Split view splits the view in half. The top half displays the HTML code for the page, and the bottom half shows the page as it looks in the Design view.Advantages:Design accuracyFlexibilityEducationDesign accuracy If you are an experienced HTML designer, you can see what kind of HTML code is generated when using a particular feature in the Design view.Flexibility If you like to work in both the Design view and in HTML code, you can easily bounce back and forth between them without having to switch views.Education If you are new to HTML, the Split view can show you which HTML tags are used for certain design elements.
59 Code viewThe Code view displays the HTML code for the page. If you are an experienced Web designer, you might feel more comfortable in this view.
60 Preview viewFinally, you can preview your page in the Preview view. Preview view lets you see what the page will look like when rendered in a browser. Things like dashed lines for tables won't appear in this view.It's important to know that the Preview view provides an approximate view; it is not exactly what the page will look like in a browser. However, when you need a quick glance to make sure a paragraph or layout element looks right, Preview view gives you a quick confirmation.Note: The Preview view tries its best to display the page as if it were in a browser, but it's not perfect. Because there are many different browsers available, it's always best to preview your pages in those browsers.
61 Suggestions for practice Open the Web site you created earlier.Click the Web site tab, and then explore the various Site views.Open a page, and then explore the various Site views.Online practice (requires FrontPage 2003)[Note to trainer: With FrontPage 2003 installed on your computer, you can click the link in the slide to go to an online practice. In the practice, you can work through each of these tasks in FrontPage, with instructions to guide you. Important: If you don’t have FrontPage 2003, you won’t be able to access the practice instructions.]
62 Test 5, question 1Which of the following is not a Page view? (Pick one answer.)Split viewCode viewNormal view
63 Test 5, question 1: Answer Normal view Correct. Normal view was found in previous versions of FrontPage. And it's a popular view in Microsoft Office Word and PowerPoint. But in the current version of FrontPage, this is not one of the Page views.
64 Test 5, question 2What is the primary difference between Web site views and Page views? (Pick one answer.)You use Web site views only for running site-wide reports. You use Page views when you need to work on an individual page.Web site views let you work with the entire site as a whole. Page views are for when you want to work with individual pages.Web site views let you work on a page in your site. But Page views only let you work on specific portions of the page.
65 Test 5, question 2: AnswerWeb site views let you work with the entire site as a whole. Page views are for when you want to work with individual pages.Correct. That is why the Web site views are available when clicking the Web site tab. And the Page views are available when opening a page.
67 How to create a Web pageYou learned how to navigate through the FrontPage program by using various views. But what about creating and designing Web pages?This lesson will cover:Adding a page layoutFormatting textInserting hyperlinks and pictures
68 Add a page layout to the page The layout of a Web page is the skeletal structure of the page. It lets you arrange and position text and graphics in a grid-like fashion. A popular way to create a layout is to use an HTML table.The quick and easy way to add a layout is to choose a ready-made layout from the Layout Tables and Cells task paneNote: There are other ways to create a layout. For example, you can use frames or layers. For more information on these topics, see the Additional Information section in the Quick Reference Card at the end of this course.
69 Add text and format itWe won't go into too much detail on how to add text to the page.However, after your text is on the page, you'll want to apply a style to it:First select some text.Then click the Style box.And then select a style in the list to apply it.In this example, the Heading 1 style is selected. Heading 1 is a standard HTML style. By default, it is large text in Times New Roman font. But what if you want to make your own style and apply it to text? In the practice session coming up, we'll show you how.
70 Insert hyperlinksIt's easy to add hyperlinks to your pages by using FrontPage. The illustration here shows you how to get started.First you select either some text or a picture.Then you click the Insert menu.And then you click Hyperlink.Tip: The keyboard shortcut for inserting a hyperlink is CTRL+K. If you have trouble remembering this, just think about that last letter in hyperlink — the "K."
71 Insert picturesPicture this: a page with no pictures. What? That's no fun. Nowadays, pictures are pretty mandatory in keeping your audience's attention.To insert a picture that you have on your computer:Click the Insert menu, point to Picture, and then click From File.
72 Preview in a browserAfter you're done filling your layout with text, pictures, and hyperlinks, you should always use the Preview in Browser command to make sure that it looks okay in a Web browser.Earlier in the course, we mentioned that a quick way to preview your pages is to switch to Preview view. However, note that Preview view is based on how Internet Explorer will display your page. If you want your page to accommodate other browsers, make sure to install them, and then preview your pages by using the Preview in Browser command.
73 Suggestions for practice Create a new Web page, and give it a layout.Add images and text to the page.Format text with a style.Insert a hyperlink.Save the page, and preview it in a Web browser.Online practice (requires FrontPage 2003)[Note to trainer: With FrontPage 2003 installed on your computer, you can click the link in the slide to go to an online practice. In the practice, you can work through each of these tasks in FrontPage, with instructions to guide you. Important: If you don’t have FrontPage 2003, you won’t be able to access the practice instructions.]
74 Test 6, question 1Which of the following can you use to create a layout for a page?Tiled background images, frames, or Cascading Style Sheet Positioning.Tables, frames, or Cascading Style Sheet Positioning.Guides, tables, or frames.
75 Test 6, question 1: AnswerTables, frames, or Cascading Style Sheet Positioning.Correct. You can use any of the these three to create a layout structure for a Web page. You can even use them in combination with each other if you want.
76 Test 6, question 2You've got a picture on your computer and you'd like to insert it on a Web page. How should you do this? (Pick one answer.)On the Insert menu, point to Picture, and then click From File.On the Insert menu, point to Picture, and then click New Drawing.On the File menu, click Import. Then select the picture and click Add File to insert it
77 Test 6, question 2: AnswerOn the Insert menu, point to Picture, and then click From File.Yes, you're right. This is the way to insert a picture. Something handy to note: If the picture is already in your Web site folder, you can drag it onto the page from the Folder List.
78 Quick Reference CardFor a summary of the tasks covered in this course, view the Quick Reference Card (requires FrontPage 2003 or another Microsoft Office 2003 program).[Note to trainer: With any Office 2003 program installed on your computer, you can click the link to open the Quick Reference Card in the online version of this course. Important: If you don’t have an Office 2003 program, you won’t be able to access this card.]
79 Using This TemplateThis Microsoft Office PowerPoint® template has training content about using FrontPage 2003 to create a Web site. It's geared for you to present to a group and customize as necessary.This template's content is adapted from the Microsoft Office Online Training course “Create a Web site with FrontPage.” (requires an Office 2003 program).Features of the templateTitle slide: On the very first slide, there are empty brackets over which you should type the name of your company. Or you can delete the text box altogether if you don't want this text.Animations: Custom animation effects are applied throughout. They'll play in previous versions back to Microsoft PowerPoint They include the entrance effects called Peek and Stretch. To alter them, go to the Slide Show menu, click Custom Animation, and work with the options that appear.Slide transitions: The Wipe Down transition is applied throughout the show. If you want a different one, go to the Slide Show menu, click Slide Transition, and work with the options that appear.Hyperlinks to online course: The template contains links to the online version of this training course. The links take you to the hands-on practice session for each lesson and to the Quick Reference Card that is published for this course. Please take note: You must have FrontPage 2003 installed to view the hands-on practice sessions. However, any Office 2003 program will give you access to the Quick Reference Card.Headers and footers: The template contains a footer that has the course title. You can change or remove the footers in the Header and Footer dialog box (which opens from the View menu).USING THIS TEMPLATESee the notes pane or view the full notes page (View menu) for detailed help on this template.