Adding an FTP Site to Your Save In Box

After you save an Office document as a Web page or create a Web page using Microsoft Word or Publisher, you may need to load that file onto a Web server. You can save the Web pages that you create in the Office applications directly to a Web server that also functions as an FTP site.


FTP FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a protocol that allows you to download and upload files to an FTP server. An FTP server is a computer connected to the Internet that hosts an FTP site and provides space for file transfers (this includes file uploads and downloads).

You can save your Web files to an FTP site on the Internet (or a company intranet), provided you have the permission to do so. The first step is to add the FTP site to the Save As dialog box:

  1. Open the Save In list and select Add/Modify FTP Locations . The Add/Modify FTP Locations dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 7.6.

    Figure 7.6. Saving to an FTP site can get files onto the Web or a company's intranet.


  2. In the Name of FTP Site text box, enter the site's address, such as .

  3. Select Log On As , either Anonymous or User , and enter a password, if necessary.

  4. Click OK .

  5. After the site has been added to the Save As dialog box, you can select it from the FTP Locations folder in the Save In list.

Microsoft Office 2003 All-in-One
Microsoft Office 2003 All-in-One
Year: 2002
Pages: 660
Authors: Joe Habraken

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