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Photoshop is not a text editor. You can't paste a layer into DW directly as things currently are. This is a feature that is being added to CS4 but currently cannot be done in CS3. You are just going to have to re-type the short piece of the image you made.
I thought you could copy/paste text from Photoshop to Dreamweaver and maintain the structure? If not, could you please help me with "leading type" also known as line height of what I'm typing. I'm really new at the web thing...I'm a print designer by trade. hahaha. Thanks!
> print designer by trade
Get ready for a rocky ride. For the most part the people I have seen
struggle the most with DW meet this profile. Your best insurance against
joining that pack of disgruntled and frustrated users would be to a) forget
everything you know about the printed page when working on the web, and b)
devoting enough time to the study of HTML and CSS that you are reasonably
comfortable in DW's Code view. DW will be very easy for you then.
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"nonfatyogurt" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I thought you could copy/paste text from Photoshop to Dreamweaver and
> the structure? If not, could you please help me with "leading type" also
> as line height of what I'm typing. I'm really new at the web thing...I'm a
> print designer by trade. hahaha. Thanks!
Photoshop is not a text editor but we can make morre clear image than Dreamweaver