Thanks for the responses so far. For the record, we're using FrontPage 2003. I've pointed out to my manager that we're using nearly 10-year old software that hasn't had support in almost seven years, but that doesn't seem to phase them very much.
Oracleguy, thanks for the suggestion on Expression Web. I hadn't thought about that too much. I've been begging to try and get the Adobe CS, but my pleas have fallen on deaf ears, mostly due to funding concerns. Having a freeware version of what we're already using might be a solution they'd look into; however, they've balked at freeware in the past, so I guess I'll have to make that suggestion and see where it goes.
And Dave-- good lord, you've hit the nail on the head. A project I've been championing in my company since I started four years ago has been the need to move to a more modern system for our internal communications practices. They flat-out refuse to do so. Currently our internal sites, though hosted on a server with .net capabilities, don't allow for any server interactivity. Having no ability to use SSL's has severly limited our ability to do virtually anything online efficiently. We can't even create a simple web form or survey, let alone do anything more exciting like creating a message board. We have Server Extensions installed, but for the life of me I have no idea why.
I've tried, and tried, and tried to convince them of this, but I keep getting hung-up in the red tape of the behemoth of a company I work in. When you have to get approval from your manager, BIO, IT, IS, and two VP's to even get Photoshop Elements installed on your computer, you're know you're in a bad place.