A play is not lines on a page. Even after it's written and printed, it does not officially become a play until an audience sees it on stage.
The same goes for a Web page. It's not really a Web page until it gets on the Web (or at least onto your school's or company's local intranet, if that's your page's destination). In this part, you find places on the Web where you can put your pages and FrontPage Web sites, and then learn how to publish them.
To follow the same analogy of a play, you are never quite sure of the performance until you read the reviews. By the same token, FrontPage 2003 provides various report tools that can help you keep your site running smoothly.