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Using Style Sheets
Style sheets are one of the greatest inventions in HTML. It is so nice to not have to format every paragraph with blue italicized blinking text. I can simply tell Dreamweaver that all paragraphs are to be displayed that way, and "a la peanut butter sandwiches" it happens. Dreamweaver uses internal HTML styles to automatically configure your text, as well as the international standard Cascading Style Sheets that are available with documents all over the world.