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macromedia Dreamweaver 8 by Khristine Annwn Page

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Working with Panels and Documents

The majority of Dreamweaver’s panels are docked—combined in tabbed windows—within panel groups according to their functions. The default panel groups are CSS, Application, Tag Inspector, and Files. You can access panels from within these groups as well as from the Window menu. Panel groups let you quickly hide or access your most frequently used panels. Docking maximizes your screen area while giving you quick access to the panels you need. Each panel group can be expanded to display the active panel plus tabs for the rest of the panels it contains or reduced to show only the name of the group.

If you opened Dreamweaver before beginning this lesson, the panels are placed exactly where they were the last time ...

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