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Hey everyone, I'm currently working on a project where I'm going to be
creating some web-based training using Dreamweaver 8. Ideally I'd like
to be able to have all my content stored in a storyboard (for
printing/reviewing/editing); however, I can't figure out an easy way to
do this... my only idea is to create a storyboard in FrameMaker or Word
and then copy and past the content into DW... since I absolutely do not
want to copy and paste this won't work. Does anyone have any ideas of
how I can get around this? Ideally I'd like to find some sort of
software/plug-in/extension that would automate (single-source) this
process for me and leave me with a print-based story board and HTML
files that would automatically update.
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