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from dreamweaver 7.0 how do i make use of the snippets on a web page... ?
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"Code snippets let you store content for quick reuse. You can create and insert snippets of HTML, JavaScript, CFML, ASP, JSP, and more. Dreamweaver also contains some pre-defined snippets that you can use as a starting point." - Dreamweaver

If you are asking what they are used for...simple...they are used to insert code into your web page so you do not have to.  You can store and reuse code multiple times.  It's kind of like a template for scripts/code.

If you are asking how to access it...simple...go to Window|Snippets, or Shift + F9.  Hope this helps.

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