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Dreamweaver Upgrade

Greetings,  I am getting back into web site design.  Mostly for my own company not as a career.  In the past I used Dreamweaver MX 2004 and I would like to stay with Dreamweaver because I am familiar with it.  There seems to be a lot of versions of Dreamweaver out there.  Could someone suggest a good version for me?  The versions I have seen out there are Dreamweaver 8, CS3, CS4 and CS5.  Thanks !
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Chris MillardCommented:
And soon there will be CS6. Basically, I would recommend going for the latest version possible because it should be up to date with the latest web technologies (HTML5, CSS3 etc...)
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BloxsomAuthor Commented:
Do you know when CS6 will come out ?
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GreatGermCommented:
CS6 isn't due out until mid next year, but it doesn't appear that dreamweaver is a focus for the edition so the current would probably serve you just fine. You can also use this as an opportunity to try other very well made IDEs, such as netbeans or eclipse, or just use an enhanced text editor like notepad++.
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