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Working with Photoshop Slices in Dreamweaver - 2

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CreativeCOW presents Bringing Photoshop Slices into Dreamweaver - Part 2 -- Dreamweaver Video Training

Richard WilliamsRichard Williams
Kent , United Kingdom

©2010 Richard Williams and CreativeCOW.net. All rights reserved.

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In part two of this video tutorial series, Richard Williams explains how to export the rollover state of buttons from Photoshop and import them into Dreamweaver to then be applied to the site being designed from part one.









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