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Learning the Basics

Opening a page

There are several ways to open pages you want to edit.
  1. The most direct way to open a page is to type the location of the page in the Location field below the toolbar. The page can be stored locally or out on the Internet.

    • If the page is on your computer or your company's internal network, type the file location. For example, c:\pages\greg.htm
    • If the page is already on the Internet, type the "URL" for the page. For example, http://www.aolpress.com/
  2. Then, press Enter to open the page. That's all you do, just as with most other browsers.

Another way to open a page is to use the File menu:

  1. Choose FileOpen (the Open item in the File menu). You'll see a window like this (on a Macintosh, you'll see a file picker):


    This works like most other file selection windows. The difference is that you can select files on the Internet in addition to files on your computer or local network.
  2. Pull down the Drives/Sites list (on a Macintosh, move up to the Desktop level). Select a drive or an Internet location you have published to before.
  3. Now just select the directory and file you want to open.
        - or -
    Type the location yourself in the Location field.
    • If the page is on your computer or your company's internal network, type the file location. For example, c:\pages\greg.htm
    • If the page is already on the Internet, type the "URL" for the page. For example, http://www.aolpress.com/


There are several other ways to open pages:

  • Choose FileNew to create a new blank page.
  • Follow links in pages or use the buttons in the toolbar (or the Browse menu choices) to move from page to page, just as you would with any other browser. Changes you make to pages are not lost when you browse to other pages unless you close the window that contained the page, or you click the Reload () icon.
  • Click the arrow to the right of the Location field below the toolbar to see a scrolling list of pages you've visited recently.
   Try it now:
  1. Choose FileOpen to open the next page in this workbook.
  2. Look for the directory where you installed AOLpress.
  3. Move to the "help" subdirectory.
  4. Then, move to the "tutorial" subdirectory.
  5. Find the editpage.htm file, and double-click on it to open the next page of this tutorial in a new window. (Click the Scan button if you don't see the file in the list.)
For more information, see the chapter on creating pages in the AOLpress User's Guide.


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