FrontPage Easter Egg - Credits

1. Start "FrontPage Explorer".
2. With "FrontPage Explorer" application open, hold down the Shift key
3. Select Help > About 3 times. (Click OK for the first 2 times)

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Contributed By: Samuel Wong on 07-19-1999
Reviewed By: Webmaster
Special Requirements: Microsoft FrontPage 97, 98, or 2000
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For all who are having trouble in FP2000, I have a solution!! 1)Open Front-Page 2)Hold shift and never let off it!! 3)Click Help, then about, then OK very fast. 4)Repeat until a window with fireworks appears!
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richard writes:
FrontPage was originally created by a company called Vermeer Technologies, bought by Microsoft on Jan 12, 1996. The office manager had a dog called Beethoven.
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sgakagiz writes:
The Frontpage 2000 one has a nicer graphics, and you don't need frontpage explorer to do it. While using frontpage 2000, just do the help>about thing, and that's when you get to see the fireworks
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Sweet fireworks (FP2000) and midi! IT ROCKS! :)
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I can't get this too work in FrontpageXP (2002), can anyone else tell me what to do thats different for FrontpageXP?
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Rufo Allens writes:
If the help menu has been collapsed to show only the recently used items, you need to click on the downwards pointing arrow before doing the egg.
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Ben Jamin' writes:
How does this work? What is supposed to happen? All I get is the standard About screen, and the third time or so a midi that sounds like the Microsoft startup sound plays. There are no fireworks or credits. I have FrontPage 2000 SR1.
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Dylan Rush writes:
I notice that Beethoven is on the list. Someone at Microsoft must be a fan of classical music...
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Dylan Rush writes:
It also plays a rockin' little MIDI.
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3M-TA3 writes:
Just start front page, and then shift help.
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