The workspace layout

The workspace layout

In Windows, Dreamweaver provides an all-in-one-window integrated layout. In the integrated workspace, all windows and panels are integrated into a single larger application window.

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On the Macintosh, Dreamweaver can display multiple documents in a single window with tabs that identify each document. Dreamweaver can also appear as part of a floating workspace in which each document appears in its own individual window. Panel groups are initially docked together, but can be undocked into their own windows. Windows "snap" automatically to each other, to the sides of the screen, and to the Document window as you drag or resize them.

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You can switch between different layouts in both Windows and Macintosh. For more information, see Choosing the workspace layout (Windows only), and Displaying tabbed documents (Macintosh).



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