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Dreamweaver CS5 on a Macbook.....?


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Just wondering if anyone out there uses Dreamweaver on their Macbook - I'm wanting to design websites but can't quite afford and iMac yet so was wondering if a Macbook will cope with running Dreamweaver for now, I will be updating to Snow Leopard in the next couple of weeks, any other suggestions would be a great help, thanks.
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Just wondering if anyone out there uses Dreamweaver on their Macbook - I'm wanting to design websites but can't quite afford and iMac yet so was wondering if a Macbook will cope with running Dreamweaver for now, I will be updating to Snow Leopard in the next couple of weeks, any other suggestions would be a great help, thanks.
Have you tried going to Adobe.com...and looking up the system requirements?:

system requirements | Adobe Dreamweaver CS5

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cheers Nick, god that was so simple.....
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