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That's a pretty broad question! If you're not familiar with setting up a Web site, it's a good idea to start with a utility like Microsoft Frontpage. Frontpage provides a easy-to-use interface for creating content and managing the site. If you are familiar with creating HTML and you just need to find the raw HTML files, you can start by looking at C:Inetpubwwwroot. That's IIS's default location for storing content. You can change this using the Microsoft Management Console, by viewing the Web site properties.
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