Dr Grumps 08:11 23 Jan 03
  Dr Grumps 08:11 23 Jan 03

does anyone know where the cheapest place to buy macromedia dreamweaver is?



  AndySD 08:26 23 Jan 03

Are you a student or have one in the house?

click here

  Dr Grumps 08:33 23 Jan 03

i am a student but the software will be for a small company that i am doing some coding for. Therefore i am not sure if i can take advantage of this offer as they will be paying for it and i will be using it but at the end of the day it will be thiers!

Does anyone know how the offer works?

Thanks for the response AndySD


  €dstow 08:46 23 Jan 03

The student edition must NOT be used for commercial purposes. It is intended for training only.

There is nothing in the program to prevent you using it for whatever you want but if you wish to remain legal, be careful!


  Dr Grumps 09:30 23 Jan 03

Thanks i figured it would be something like that !

So where is the chepest place to by a full version of Dreamweaver MX ?


  Dade 09:41 23 Jan 03

If it's for a company your doing work for then get them to pay for it.

My favourite web editing tool is notepad and its free

  €dstow 09:42 23 Jan 03

Seems to be pretty much standard at £299. If you're buying for a VAT registered company, persuade them to get it for you.


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