dreamweaver font (beginner)

Hi, i just got Dreamweaver 4, the text in the option boxes in Dreamweaver is very blurry, how do I change the font?,
Is this a good version for developing websites, i have written websites before and ppl are tellin me DW is the way forward, any comments?
Thanks
irish_paddyAsked:
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kennethdemaretCommented:
Maybe better to download the Dreamweaver MX version.
(the latest, the better!) ;-)

http://www.macromedia.com/downloads/?promoid=home_short_trial_082403
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ZefferCommented:
if the text is blurry it will be your display settings..as dreamweaver is only for assembling
the instructions for the browser. (HTML, CSS, etc)..and how that looks will depend on the machine which interprets the code.

DW4  has been and still is a cutting-edge tool for developing websites.
if you need data-base integration..then get DW MX.. (which is an amalgamation of DW3  [4]..and UltraDev)

ps..Flash is the way forward :)

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klykkenCommented:
irishpaddy,
You are talking abuot the font being used in the DW4 application, right? And not for webpages.

-klykken
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RonayneCommented:
That is what he's on about cos I have the same problem
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rjdownCommented:
Although I use DW myself (MX version), I find it extremely unstable, and I know I am not alone in this matter. (just do a google search, http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&q=dreamweaver+unstable)

However, I find MX a lot more stable than v4.

DW is a good learning tool, but I must say this: you can't beat notepad!
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