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Can Spiders "read" links inj library items?

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I have 40 or so navigation links in my web site in simple code to allow spiders to crawl and see the content of the pages.  I am thinking of converting the navigation area to a library item in Dreamweaver for easier editing throughout the site.  With that in mind, will the spiders be able to crawl the library item on the page for indexing?
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Phil
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