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About This Book

Despite the many improvements in software over the years, one feature has grown consistently worse: documentation. Until version 4, Dreamweaver even came with a printed manual. But since MX 2004, all you get is a Getting Started booklet. To get any real information, you need to delve into the program’s online help screens.

But even if you have no problem reading a help screen in one window as you work in another, something is still missing. At times, the terse electronic help screens assume you already understand the discussion at hand, and hurriedly skip over important topics that require an in-depth presentation. In addition, you don’t always get an objective evaluation of the program’s features. Engineers often add technically sophisticated features to a program because they can, not because you need them. You shouldn’t have to waste your time learning features that don’t help you get your work done.


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