After designing your site, click File and 'export' it as a web document.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
The option to 'Export as Web Page' should be roughly in the middle of the dropdown menu, assuming all options are visible. Click it to save your document or documents as a web site.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
A dialogue box pops up showing where Publisher is about to save the file. Make note of where it is saving your page as this information will be needed later. Type a name for your site and click 'Save.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Publisher now wants confirmation. Click 'Yes' to save the document as a web site (e.g. an HTML document).[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Publisher has now saved the project as a web site and returned the view to the main window. Your site is ready for upload. Publisher does not have a built-in upload utility. Its help file recommends using Microsoft's Web Publishing Wizard, though any FTP client would do.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
If Microsoft's Web Publishing Wizard is installed there should be a shortcut for it inside the Start Menu in one of two areas. First click on Start and go to Programs. The first place to look is in the Accessories directory, as shown below. The second is in a directory for Internet Explorer, if one exists. Once you find the shortcut click on it.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
This is the initial screen of Microsoft's Web Publishing Wizard. It cautions that certain information is required to use the wizard. The hostname, username, and password are all that most people will need. Once this information has been obtained click 'Next.'[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Now the Wizard needs to know the location of the files it is supposed to publish. These files will be in the folder that they were saved in earlier, through Publisher. To locate them click 'Browse Folders.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
This dialogue box shows the folders that have been setup your computer. Find the one for your Publisher project and click on it. Most likely it will be under found inside the My Documents folder. Once you have highlighted the folder click 'OK[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
The main window of the Wizard comes into focus and the path to the files for our Publisher site has been filled in. Click 'Next' to continue.
The Web Publishing Wizard has been busy storing information for your site under a profile. It now needs you to give this profile a name. This can be anything you wish. After typing the name you want, click 'Advanced.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Now choose 'FTP' from the dropdown list. Doing so should enable your upload to go as smoothly as possible. Once FTP is listed in the box click 'Next.'
The Wizard now needs the web address or URL for your web site. Enter it and then click 'Next
At this point the Wizard needs the hostname for your hosting account. Usually this is the same as the URL for the web site. Subfolders are seldom required. Type the hostname and then click 'Next
The Web Publishing Wizard is finally ready to try the upload. Click 'Finish' and the Wizard will try to upload your site.
Once the Wizard successfully contacts your hosting server it will ask you for the username and password that goes with your hosting account. Type both of these in and click the 'OK' button
Lastly the Wizard will upload your files and then tell you when it is done. As always, it is wise to visit a web site that you have just published in order to verify that it is displaying as intended. To exit the Wizard click the 'OK' button