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You may be better off posting this to the Dreamweaver Forums. That said, I don't have Dreamweaver but someone on here may have and could help. The problem you have though is that it is sometimes hard to identify a font as it depneds on what fonts are installed on a user's PC. The use of fontsets allow help authors to specify a default font but substitute it for another one if the user doesn't have the default font installed. What this all means is that the font you see may not be the one they developed the help in.
In addition to what Colum offered, you might try screen capping a segment of it and using a web page called "WhatTheFont".
I believe what this page does is to scan an image and attempt to decipher which font was used.
Thanks Rick, that's great, I'll try that!
Thanks for your help too, Colum! Just getting used to these forums!
Looks like Verdana to me, which is standard at least on Windows machines.