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Microsoft KB Archive/249337

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OL2000: Save as Web Page Option Is Missing After You Install Team Folders

Article ID: 249337

Article Last Modified on 9/29/2003



APPLIES TO

  • Microsoft Outlook 2000 Standard Edition



This article was previously published under Q249337

SYMPTOMS

After you run the Team Folders Wizard, the Save as Web Page option is missing from the File menu when you open your default calendar file.

CAUSE

The Save as Web Page option is not designed to work with Team Folders.

WORKAROUND

You can manually add the Save as Web Page option to your File menu, or the administrator can modify the Default.htm file that is associated with the Team Folder.

NOTE: The Save as Web Page option functions normally for your default calendar, but is not designed to work with folder home pages such as those that are used by Team Folders.

To manually add the Save as Web Page option to your File menu:

  1. Open your default calendar folder.
  2. On the View menu, point to Toolbars, and then click Customize.
  3. On the Commands tab, click File in the Categories box.
  4. In the Commands box, drag Save as Web Page to your File menu and drop it below the Save Attachments command.
  5. In the Customize dialog box, click Close.

To modify the Default.htm file that is associated with the Team Folder.

  1. On the Web server, open the Default.htm file in Notepad.
  2. On the Edit menu, click Find.
  3. Use the Find dialog box to search for "Call displayCommandButton(0,3823)" (without quotation marks).
  4. Change 0 to 1 so it appears as "Call displayCommandButton(1,3823)" (without quotation marks).
  5. On the File menu, click Save, and then close the Default.htm file.


MORE INFORMATION

The displayCommandButton function in the Default.htm file that is associated with a Team Folder is used to show or hide a specified CommandBar control. The first parameter determines the visible state of the control (0 = invisible, 1 = visible). The second parameter is the Control ID that identifies which control is affected. The number "3823" is the control ID for the Save as Web Page CommandButton control.


Additional query words: OL2K OUTSOL2000 Teamfolder

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