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Chapter 2. The Dreamweaver Workspace > Using the Document Window

Using the Document Window

Regardless of your working style, the one piece of the interface that you’ll probably spend most of your time interacting with is the Document window. It’s an intuitive interface with lots of resources, and like most things in Dreamweaver, it can be tweaked and customized to be just exactly what you want.

Docking and Undocking (Windows Only)

In the Windows integrated workspace, you can work with the Document window docked or undocked. A free-standing Document window can fill up as much or as little of the central working space as you like, or it can sit outside the application window altogether if you have a large enough monitor (or two monitors). A docked Document window automatically fills up the central workspace area and sports a tab along its top edge instead of a title bar so you can easily switch among multiple open documents as you work (see Figure 2.12).


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