FrontPage 2002 FrontPage 2002-Level 2 by gyvwpsjkko


FrontPage 2002-Level 2
Course Specifications
Course number: 084951
Software:      A Complete installation of Microsoft Office XP Professional with FrontPage
               —see the Class Setup Requirements for additional instructions.
Course length: 1.0 day(s)
Certification: Microsoft Office Specialist

Course Description
Microsoft FrontPage 2002, or FrontPage, is a desktop software application you can use to create, edit,
and manage a web site and all of its elements, whether it's for an intranet or for the World Wide Web.
It can be used to accomplish the simplest chores, such as adding text to pages, or for the most
complicated tasks, such as collecting and storing form data in a database.
Course Objective: You will modify existing pages and webs by creating a splash screen, frames, forms,
and FrontPage Web components to create and manage more collaborative, dynamic, and interactive
Target Student: Anyone needing the skills necessary to manage and enhance his or her web's
functionality and usability.
Prerequisites: To ensure your success, we recommend you first take the following Element K course or
have equivalent knowledge:
    •    Windows 2000 Introduction
    •    Microsoft Word 2002 Level 1
    •    Microsoft Word 2002 Level 2
    •    Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 Introduction
    •    FrontPage 2002 Level 1
A recommendation is that students have experience surfing the World Wide Web. It is also
recommended, but not required, to have taken the following Element K course or have equivalent
    •    HTML 4.01 Web Authoring Level 1
    •    Access 2002 Level 1
Delivery Method: Instructor-led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured, hands-
on activities.

FrontPage 2002: Level 2 is one of a series of Element K courseware titles that addresses Microsoft
Office Specialist (Office Specialist) skill sets. The Office Specialist program is for individuals who use
Microsoft's business desktop software and who seek recognition for their expertise with specific
Microsoft products. Certification candidates must pass one or more product proficiency exams in order
to earn Office Specialist certification.

Hardware Requirements
    •    Pentium 133 MHz or higher processor required for all operating systems.
    •    64 MB of RAM is the recommended minimum for Windows 2000 Professional; in addition, you
         should have 8 MB of RAM for each application running simultaneously. (Note: Memory
         requirements may differ for other operating systems.)

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    •    600 MB of free hard-disk space.
    •    Either a local CD-ROM drive or access to a networked CD-ROM drive.
    •    A 3.5"-disk drive.
    •    A two-button mouse, an IntelliMouse, or compatible pointing device.
    •    VGA or higher-resolution monitor; Super VGA recommended.
    •    9600 baud modem or higher.
    •    A multimedia computer required for sound and other multimedia effects. A hardware-
         accelerated video card or MMX processor will provide improved graphical rendering
    •    An Internet connection with access to the World Wide Web is necessary to complete some tasks
         throughout the book. (Note: Internet access may require payment of a separate fee to a service
         provider; local charges may also apply.)

Platform Requirements
    •    Windows 2000 Professional with the Personal Web Manager and FrontPage 2002 Server
         Extensions. This book was written using the Windows 2000 Professional operating system with
         Service Pack 2 installed. At the time this was written, Microsoft Office XP Professional installs
         Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 which conflicted with Service Pack 2—you would receive
         server time-out errors. Upgrading it to the latest version of Microsoft Internet Explorer solved
         that problem. If you are using Windows 2000 with Service Pack 2, go to the Windows Update
         site,, to upgrade to the latest version. Using this book with
         other operating systems or configurations may affect how the activities work. (Note: The
         manufacturer states that Microsoft Office XP Professional with FrontPage will work with
         Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows ME—which does not support the Personal Web
         Manager—Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 4.0, and Microsoft Windows 2000
         Professional. Microsoft Office XP Professional with FrontPage will not run on the Microsoft
         Windows 3.x, Microsoft Windows NT 3.5x, or Microsoft Windows 95 operating systems.)

Software Requirements
    •    A Complete installation of Microsoft Office XP Professional with FrontPage—see the Class
         Setup Requirements for additional instructions.
    •    An installed printer driver. (Printers are not required; however, each PC must have an installed
         printer driver to use Print Preview.)

Performance-Based Objectives
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
    •    create, save, and distribute a FrontPage page template.
    •    create an animated entry page to a web site by inserting a FrontPage Web component.
    •    use frames and Web components to display and repurpose existing content.
    •    acquire data using a form and display database data on a page.
    •    make a web more useful by adding elements and components that will make it easier for co-
         workers and visitors to locate information.
    •    manage and monitor a web's content.

Course Content
Lesson 1: Creating a Template Based on an Existing Page
        Topic 1A: Modifying a Page Layout
        Topic 1B: Apply a Background Image
        Topic 1C: Apply a Background Sound
        Topic 1D: Make a Template Available in a Web

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Lesson 2: Creating a Splash Page
        Topic 2A: Add Flash Movies
        Topic 2B: Change Default Documents
        Topic 2C: Insert Redirect Meta Tags
        Topic 2D: Publishing a Single Page

Lesson 3: Displaying Content
        Topic 3A: Use Frames to Display Related Pages in One Window
        Topic 3B: Modifying Frames
        Topic 3C: Add Banner Content
        Topic 3D: Using an Inline Frame
        Topic 3E: Use Existing Content in Many Pages

Lesson 4: Collecting and Displaying Information Using a Web
        Topic 4A: Collect Data from Site Visitors
        Topic 4B: Modifying a Form's Elements
        Topic 4C: Modifying a Form's Properties
        Topic 4D: Create a Form Automatically
        Topic 4E: Display Database Information on a Page
        Topic 4F: Showing Data in a Bar Chart

Lesson 5: Helping People Find Information
        Topic 5A: Connect to External Web Content
        Topic 5B: Categorize Files to be Used in a Workgroup
        Topic 5C: Create a Table of Contents Based on Categories
        Topic 5D: Add Search Capabilities
        Topic 5E: Prepare a Page for External Search Engines

Lesson 6: Managing a Web and Its Contents
        Topic 6A: Prevent Open Files from Being Overwritten
        Topic 6B: Use the Review Status Workflow Report
        Topic 6C: Manage Content with Subwebs
        Topic 6D: Create a Custom Theme for a Subweb
        Topic 6E: Secure Your Webs
        Topic 6F: Analyze a Web's Usage
        Topic 6G: Displaying a Top 10 List for Visitors

Appendix A: Microsoft Office Specialist Program

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