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SpaceCowboy706

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Can anyone tell me how to put an executable file (whatever.exe) into my page as a download using fronpage 2003.
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I realize this is an older post, if you still need an answer you can try this.

Upload your file "whatever.exe" to your server.

On your page make a typical link
<a href="/whatever.exe">Download Whatever Now</a>

When your users click the link they should be prompted to make the choice of running the file from the current location or to download the file.

Hope that helps~~~~

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this should have been closed. I had already figured it out. With frontpage you have to add the file to the document using the import function, then you creat a link in the document and link it to the file under the folder section.
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You can put it in a .zip file and point the download link to the zip file location? :tazz:
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