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    Feb 4, 2006, 06:49 AM
    Copy layers in dreamweaver 8
    I try to copy a layer in dreamweaver 8, but in vain. I can do it in the code-window, but not in the design window. The copy/paste command does not seem to work in the case of a layer. I can copy/paste the content of a layer, but not the layer itself. How should I do it ? Thanks

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