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help! iweb - lost my websites


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hi there - i stupidly hit PUBLISH TO A FOLDER - thinking I could just save one of my websites i made in iweb to a folder - but instead, all my websites went into that folder and now when i open up my iweb - there is nothing there anymore!
how do i retrieve my lost sites?
any help is greatly appreciated ...
lucie
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