Saving frame and frameset files

Saving frame and frameset files

Before you can preview a frameset in a browser, you must save the frameset file and all of the documents that will display in the frames. You can save each frameset file and framed document individually, or you can save the frameset file and all documents appearing in frames at once.

To save a frameset file:

  1. Select the frameset in the Frames panel or the Document window (see Selecting frames and framesets).
  2. Do one of the following:
    • To save the frameset file, select File > Save Frameset.
    • To save the frameset file as a new file, select File > Save Frameset As.

    If the frameset file has not previously been saved, these two commands are equivalent.

To save a document that appears in a frame:

  • Click in the frame, then select File > Save Frame or File > Save Frame As.

To save all files associated with a set of frames:

  • Select File > Save All Frames.

    This saves all open documents in the frameset, including the frameset file and all framed documents. If the frameset file has not yet been saved, a heavy border appears around the frameset in the Design view, and a dialog box enables you to select a filename. For each frame that hasn’t yet been saved, a heavy border appears around the frame and a dialog box enables you to select a filename.

    This is a picture of the feature being described.



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