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If you created a Web site by using Microsoft Office Publisher 2007, you can customize or update your Web site by adding any of the following types of pages:
Pages that are a specific type, such as a Contact Us page or an FAQ page, that enhances your Web site functionality
Product pages that expand your product catalog on the Web
Pages that contain tools, such as a calendar or a schedule
The number of pages that you add doesn't matter: The process is the same for a single page or 20 pages.
If you created your Web site with an authoring tool other than Publisher, you can create new Web pages in Publisher and then use the other authoring tool to link your existing Web pages to your new Web page.
Important: To add a Product Detail page or a Service Detail page to your Web site, you must have selected a Publisher Product Sales design template or a Professional Services design template when you initially created your Web site . If you created a Web site with a Professional Services template, only service-related pages will be available, such as a Service Detail page or a Service List page.
This article covers adding Publisher-based pages to your Publisher-created Web site. If you want to add different files to your site, you can find links to information about adding Word, PDF, or XPS files to pages in your Web site in the See also section.
What do you want to do?
Add a specific page type
You can enhance or maintain your Web site by adding specific page types, such as a Contact Us, FAQ, or Product Detail page.
Note: You can also add a blank page to your Web site and then customize it for your needs. For example, you can change a blank page into a Web log (blog) page to communicate with your customers. Or you can change a blank page into a virtual tour around your business to complement your About Us page.
In the Format Publication task pane, under Web Site Options, click Insert a page.
In the Insert Web Page dialog box, under Select a page type, click the page type that you want.
If you want to add multiple pages, click More in the Insert Web Page dialog box, and then type the number of pages and click any additional options that you want in the Insert Page dialog box.
Duplicate an existing page
Duplicating an existing page is an easy way to create more Web pages for your site while preserving your Web design and business branding.
Note: If you change the design template for the Web site after you duplicate a page, not all the design elements from the new template will be applied to the new duplicate page.
If you duplicate a particular Web page, the master page elements that are part of the page that you duplicated will be applied to the new Web page.
On the page sorter , click the page that you want to copy.
On the Insert menu, click Duplicate Page.
Note: The page that you create will be inserted after the page that you clicked on the page sorter.
Add a page with a calendar
You can add a calendar Web page to help track delivery dates or to link dates to Web pages that contain information about upcoming events. For example, your calendar might include a meeting, with a link to the meeting agenda.
Open the Web site publication that you want to add a calendar to.
On the Insert menu, click Page.
In the Insert Web Page dialog box, click Calendar, and then click the calendar that you want.