Resizing Frames in Dreamweaver Ultradev

hi,
i'm creating a page in Dreamweaver Ultradev. In the page i have add some frames.There are 4-5 frames.But now if i try to resize the frames, its not allowing me to do so. Is it not possible to resize frames?. If it is possible ..... could anyone tell me how to do it?

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Vipin
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FahdmurtazaCommented:
I seached over google for dreamwever frames and the query link is
http://www.google.com.pk/search?hl=en&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=dreamweaver+frames&meta=
I found the first link to be useful for you i.e
http://www.macromedia.com/support/dreamweaver/frames/frames_update/
In this page there is a sublink of your need at,
http://www.macromedia.com/support/dreamweaver/frames/frames_update/frames_update04.html
To cut short I would say
To set the size of each of the frames:

1 Select the main frameset by clicking the outermost frame border in either the Frame inspector or the Document window.
2 If you don't see the frame sizing controls, click the expander arrow at the bottom right corner of the Property inspector.
3 In the Property inspector, in the RowCol Selection box click the left frame of this frameset image to set the frame's options.  
4 In the Value field type 150, and then in the Units pop-up menu select Pixels to set the column's width.
5 In the Property inspector, in the RowCol Selection box click the right frame, and then select Relative from the Units pop-up menu.
 Dreamweaver automatically fills in a value based on the current size of the Document window.  
6 In the Frame inspector, select the nested frameset (the thick border around the two right frames).
7 In the Property inspector, in the RowCol Selection box select the top frame. Enter 45 for the Value and select Pixels from the Units pop-up menu.
8 In the RowCol Selection box select the bottom frame. Select Relative from the Units pop-up menu.
 In the HTML Source inspector, you'll see this number with an asterisk (*) next to it. The asterisk indicates that the value should change according to the size of the Document window or browser window.
I think I solved your problem. Ask more if you need.
Regards,
Fahd Murtaza
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FahdmurtazaCommented:
I love the
http://www.tutorialized.com/
website as they say "Where everything is a tutorial" and surely its absolutely right about them. The point over here is they have also got something for you.
http://www.tutorialized.com/tutorials/Dreamweaver/Frames/1
Ok man gonna say you bye..
Best of luck with your work.
Regards,
Fahd Murtaza
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FahdmurtazaCommented:
Yes Venabili I am eager for it! After all I sujjested my best thing!
Regards,
Fahd Murtaza
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FahdmurtazaCommented:
Thanks for the A.
Regards,
Fahd Murtaza
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