BUG: Web page file names are not customized when you save a Publisher 2003 Web site
When you publish a Web site using Publish to the Web on the File menu, the Web site is saved in a filtered HTML format. The file names for the Web pages follow the following naming format: PageTitle.htm/.html. This format does use the customized page names that are specified in Web Page Options.
To use the Publish to the Web feature, follow these steps:
- On the File menu, click Publish to the Web.
- You receive the following message: To publish your Web site to the World Wide Web, you need to subscribe to a Web hosting service. A Web hosting service provides Internet access and storage space on Web servers. If you do not have a Web hosting service, you can find one by browsing Office Tools on the Web.
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- To save your Web site to your Web hosting service, click My Network Places, and then click the Web folder that you want to save to.
To save locally on your hard disk, select the location on your hard disk.
- Click Save.
- Click the page that corresponds to the file name that you want to change.
- On the Tools menu, click Web Page Options.
- Type the file name that you want in the File name box.
Note The file name does not allow for spaces.
- Click OK. If Publisher detects spaces in the file name after you click OK, Publisher will prompt to correct this for you. Click Yes to correct this if you are prompted.
Article ID: 817373 - Last Review: 01/11/2015 22:35:05 - Revision: 4.0
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