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1. Dreamweaver MX 2004 Guided Tour > 1.2. The Dreamweaver MX 2004 Interface

The Dreamweaver MX 2004 Interface

Dreamweaver’s windows let you add and modify elements of a Web page. Macromedia refers to most of these windows as panels, and Dreamweaver has an almost overwhelming number of them.

Many of these windows are used to assist with specific tasks, like building style sheets, and are described in the relevant chapters. But you’ll frequently interact with four main groups of windows: the document window, the Insert bar, the Property inspector, and Panel groups.

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The look of these windows depends on what kind of computer you’re using (Windows or Macintosh) and what changes you’ve made to the program’s preference settings.

Even so, the features and functions generally work identically no matter what your situation. In this book, where the program’s operation differs dramatically in one operating system or the other, special boxes and illustrations (labeled “For Macs Only” or “For Windows Only”) will let you know.


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