1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 31, 2008 9:22 AM by Newsgroup_User

    Can you print directly from Dreamweaver?

    rosellag
      I was wondering if there is any way to print Dreamweaver documents directly from the application without having to preview and print from a browser. If not, what is the best way to present a Dreamweaver website to a client without doing it online?

      It is essential in our office for clients to have print-outs to mark changes on in meetings. We have just started using Dreamweaver but have previously created Photoshop documents to submit to our programmer, causing us to present our websites in print-outs before handing it over to programming.

      Is there a better way using Dreamweaver?

      Thanks
        • 1. Re: Can you print directly from Dreamweaver?
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          FILE | Print. But are you wanting to print the rendered HTML document?
          Sounds like it.

          > what is the best way to present a Dreamweaver website to a client without
          > doing it online?

          Put it on a CD? Or consider some third-party application like WebAssist's
          SiteScribe (requires that the Java Engine be installed)?

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          "rosellag" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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          >I was wondering if there is any way to print Dreamweaver documents directly
          > from the application without having to preview and print from a browser.
          > If
          > not, what is the best way to present a Dreamweaver website to a client
          > without
          > doing it online?
          >
          > It is essential in our office for clients to have print-outs to mark
          > changes
          > on in meetings. We have just started using Dreamweaver but have previously
          > created Photoshop documents to submit to our programmer, causing us to
          > present
          > our websites in print-outs before handing it over to programming.
          >
          > Is there a better way using Dreamweaver?
          >
          > Thanks
          >