FrontPage 2000 trial to be offered

Microsoft has confirmed that it will offer a 45-day trial version of its upcoming FrontPage 2000 Web authoring package.

The company couldn't yet release details about the cost and availability of the trial version, but a Microsoft spokesperson said it will most likely be available to Australian users via the company's Australian Web site (http://www.microsoft.com.au).

The trial version includes all of the program's new features including a simpler interface and more options to import and save files.

FrontPage 2000 also includes new page management tools and provides more control over text styles, colours and graphics. Microsoft has also added more template-like "themes," cleaner placement controls, and support for cross-platform Dynamic HTML.

FrontPage 2000 is scheduled to ship in early June. Pricing is $199 for new users and $99 for upgrades from earlier editions.

The application has been designed to integrate with Microsoft Office 2000 and can share the application menus and toolbars.

For a full review of Office 2000 and FrontPage 2000, see the May edition of Australian PC World, available on news stands from Wednesday 21, April (depending on location).

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