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Import and export files

You can import files and folders from another website into your website by using Microsoft Expression Web. You can also create a personal web package that contains the pages you select and, optionally, the support files that are required to recreate your pages.

To import a file, folder, or website

  1. With your website open, on the File menu, point to Import, and then click File.

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    To open the Import Web Site Wizard directly, on the File menu, point to Import, and then click Import Site Wizard.

  2. In the Import dialog box, do the following:

    • To import a file, click Add File. In the Add File to Import List dialog box, locate and click the file you want, and then click Open.

    • To import a folder, click Add Folder. In the File Open dialog box, locate and click the folder you want, and then click Open.

    • To import a website, click From Site. Follow the steps in the Import Web Site Wizard.

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    If Expression Web encounters a problem importing a specific file, the program displays an error message and won't import any files that remain in your list of files to import. If this occurs, in the Import dialog box, select the file that is named in the error message, click Remove, and then import the remaining files into your website.

To import a personal web package

  1. With your website open, on the File menu, point to Import, and then click Personal Web Package.

  2. In the File Open dialog box, locate and click the package you want, and then click Open.

To export a file from a website

  1. In Folders view, click the file that you want to export.

  2. On the File menu, click Export.

  3. Locate and click the destination website or folder that you want to export the file to, and then click Save.

  4. To export additional files, repeat all three steps for each file.

To export a personal web package

  1. With your website open, on the File menu, point to Export, and then click Personal Web Package.

  2. In the Export Web Package dialog box, do the following:

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    Files in website

    Select the files you want to export, and then click Add.

    Files in Package

    Review the list of files to add to the Personal Web Package. To remove a file, select it and then click Remove.

    Show Dependencies

    Show the dependent files which will be exported, and options to change the dependencies. In the Dependency checking list, select the option for which files you want to export.

    Properties

    Click to edit the Title, Description, Author, and Company of your package.

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