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Part VII: Appendix > Getting Help from Dreamweaver

A.1. Getting Help from Dreamweaver

There's plenty of assistance built right into the program, from beginning tutorials to a complete browser-based help system. The new Answers panel (see Figure A-1) provides access to tutorials, articles, extensions, and technical notes—all of which are routinely updated (over the Internet) with new material. You can also access Dreamweaver's electronic help system and online support center from the Help menu.

Figure A-1. The new Answers panel provides introductory material on the program. Using the menu at the top of the panel, you can choose different answer categories to see most requested technical notes, featured articles, and the newest Dreamweaver extensions.



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