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Hi,

I've been using dreamweaver and I'm fairly used to it now. However, I'm looking for a popular or recommended way to create and upload sites. Also, in dreamweaver I've been uploading sites through ftp and larger sites take forever. Is there a better way of doing this?

I'm also looking for a way to edit or create PDF documents. What would you recommend for this?

Thank you in advance.
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Web editing: Bluefish or KompoZer
PDF creating: OpenOffice can export to PDF
PDF editing: PDFedit
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FTP is the standard way to up/download files.  All you can do is get a faster connection.
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