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Microsoft® Expression® Web 4 Step by Step by Chris Leeds

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Using Visual Aids

Expression Web 4 provides a vast array of visual aids. Even though a WYSIWYG (“what you see is what you get”) editor is helpful, true WYSIWYG isn’t the best way to look at Web pages when you’re editing them. For a true WYSIWYG preview, you can view your page in a browser or by using another method such as the Snapshot panel or SuperPreview, which you will see later in this chapter.

Use Visual Aids in the editing window in Design view

Note

Open the SampleSite and Chapter1.html if they aren’t already open.

  1. Open the Chapter1.html file if it isn’t still open from the previous exercise, and then on the status bar below the editing window, click the Visual Aids button. The Visual Aids options appear.

    Tip

    The Visual Aids button provides convenient ...

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