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The Start Page

When you launch Dreamweaver, you're presented with the Start Page. (See Figure 5-1 .) This page gives you the option to open a file you've recently worked on, create a new file, create a file from a sample, take a tour, or do a tutorial. It also provides information about updates or new products. Macromedia/Adobe sends these updates to your Start Page when you're connected to the Internet.

Figure 5-1: The Dreamweaver Start Page.


The Dreamweaver Start Page gives you tons of options for getting started, organized into three lists: Open a Recent Item, Create New, and Create from Samples. And in the same window you see some of the menus and panels that we discuss later in this chapter. If you haven't used Dreamweaver before, the Open a Recent Item list has only one item in it: the Open folder button. If you've worked in Dreamweaver and saved some files, you see a list of the ones you used most recently. To open a recent item, just click the file name. Or, you can click the Open folder button to see a list of the files in the last site worked on.


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