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Day 1. Getting Started > The Document Window

The Document Window

When you start Dreamweaver MX, the largest area on your screen will be the document window. This is where you compose your Web pages in the WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) interface. As you build your page, you'll immediately see the results of each change, just as it would appear in a Web browser.

There are three parts that make up the document window. The top of the window contains the toolbar, which holds shortcuts to many common commands and functions (you'll learn about these as needed), the middle is the content area, and, at the bottom, is the status bar. In Integrated mode, these elements are arranged a bit differently on the screen. Figure 1.4 shows the document window with a few sentences added.


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