Hard as it may be to believe, even a book as voluminous as this one may not answer all your questions about Dreamweaver. Fortunately, a range of other resources awaits you when a feature’s giving you trouble.
Adobe puts all its resources for Dreamweaver help on its support site, so you need an Internet connection to use it. Articles, videos, tutorials, and discussions abound, so Adobe gives you several ways to navigate its help system, depending on what you’re looking for.
You can get to all these resources right from Dreamweaver’s Help command (Dreamweaver menu bar→Help), and, in some cases, from the Welcome Screen (Phase 1: Getting Dreamweaver in Shape). In fact, you may have seen some of them already.
The Dreamweaver support page links you to all of Adobe’s help and account management tools. You can search a vast database of technical notes (short articles on specific Dreamweaver problems) that just may hold the answer you seek, find tutorials on getting started with Dreamweaver, see a list of top Dreamweaver issues (and their solutions), and review a list of the most recent Dreamweaver technical notes. You can get to this page three ways:
On the Welcome Screen, click Resources in the lower-left corner.
Choose Help→Dreamweaver Support Center (the second option under the Help menu).
The first Help menu option (Help→Dreamweaver Help), takes you to a page with detailed help articles. ...