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I was just wondering if any one could help with this little problem the Dreamweaver help folder has gone missing and it says I can download it, but wear from? if any one could tell me wear I could download it from it would be much a preached.
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I was just wondering if any one could help with this little problem the Dreamweaver help folder has gone missing and it says I can download it, but wear from? if any one could tell me wear I could download it from it would be much a preached.
Here is a picture that may help:
Just do what the error message suggests, reinstall the application from your install discs.

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