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After speaking with Dan Hall, I found I may be on the wrong track here. Dan
suggested I ask the list.
My question to Dan>
> I was under the impression that Fireworks also created DHTML
> code. I already have the Corel Suite. I'm a CAD person so I have a tough
time using this
> graphics suite, but I do OK (I guess:). It was the integration between the
> graphics and the scripting that I was most interested in. I'm I on the
right track here?
> Not sure about that. I think you need to be using DreamWeaver
> for your HTML to take advantage of the scripting. I could
> very well be wrong.
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