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Dreamweaver MX: The Missing Manual by David Sawyer McFarland

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Importing HTML from Word

Pasting text from another program into your Dreamweaver document works just fine, but it’s not the most elegant or efficient method for getting text onto a Web page. Not only do you lose formatting, but the resulting line breaks are a real annoyance.

A better alternative is to use Microsoft Word to save documents as Web pages, which then act as an intermediary between Word and Dreamweaver. All recent versions of Word (97, 2000, and 2002/XP for Windows; 98, 2001, and X for Mac) can save files ...

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