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    INTRANET+files (Frontpage 2000)

    I am building a Intranet for work. Can I link directly to a file that is on the hard drive and open it. Lets say I have C: drive and Z: drive. Can I link to a Folder on Z: drive? Instead of converting the file to HTML, I would like to be able to open up the folder directly. Is this possible or am I living in a dream world?

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    Re: INTRANET+files (Frontpage 2000)

    You want to open a folder or a file?
    If a folder, do you want to be able to browse the contents?

    If a file, what type?

    It should be possible - you may need to ensure the Z: drive is a share. Something like



    My Excel file</p>

    works here.

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    Re: INTRANET+files (Frontpage 2000)

    Just make sure that the file is accessible to all - that there are no permissions that would prevent users from opening it.

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