14. Working With Other Applications

When building a Web site, no single application can stand alone; in order to get the best results, you must orchestrate elements from a variety of programs. For example, you might get your text from Microsoft Word, data for a table from Microsoft Excel, and the site’s images from Adobe Photoshop, Macromedia Fireworks, or any other image editing program.

Dreamweaver can help you expertly tie together these disparate elements into a unified Web site. It has special features that allow it to work with other programs, making it easy to incorporate files from those other programs in your pages.

In this chapter, you’ll learn how you can use other programs to edit elements on a page you’re working on in Dreamweaver; ...

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