Formatting text in Dreamweaver requires a slightly different approach than other programs you may be used to like InDesign or Word. Styling web pages (and text on those web pages) is controlled through Cascading Style Sheets and in Dreamweaver that means using the CSS Style Panel. This Dreamweaver CS4 tutorial will show you how to use CSS rules to style text. Learn how to write contextual or descendant selectors to change the size, color and font of text and then duplicate the rules for subheadings in Dreamweaver CS4.
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