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It is not possible to answer this question with the information available. Both, the length and the breadth of the table are required. Also, presumably, the answer required is for a scenario where there is room to sit around the tables, move between tables etc. That is not quite the same as the number of tables that can be fitted into a marquee.
Rudolphine Tables was created in 1627.
To find the number of full tables, divide 138 by 12, Your answer will be the number of tables that are full. 138 divided by 12 equals 11 full tables with one having 6 people.
Dreamweaver lets you build sites using several method such as frames, tables, and css. The quickest and cleanest way to build a site using Dreamweaver is html/css.
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AnswerDreamweaver CS3 is the latest version of Adobe Dreamweaver. This is the most popular Web design program among professional Web designers and the latest version adds enhancements to CSS support and a new Spry Framework that makes it easier to create AJAX features with Dreamweaver. Dreamweaver 8 was the version prior to CS3. Dreamweaver 8 was owned by Macromedia but Adobe purchased the program and changed the name from Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 to Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 with the new version. Previous versions of Dreamweaver, in reverse order: Adobe Dreamweaver CS3, Macromedia Dreamweaver 8, Dreamweaver MX 2004, Dreamweaver MX, Dreamweaver 4, 3, 2, and 1.However, newer is not necessarily better. Some features of Dreamweaver 8 have been left out of the newer version, which arguably make it a less good choice for some. It really depends what you are using it for, and whether you need the new features in CS3.
you pick them up and move them somewhere else where you want them
Yes they are the same. Adobe brought Macromedia and their products, including Dreamweaver, became Adobe products.
Dreamweaver is for normal purposes like site building for Commercial use and personal use, Dreamweaver Educational is for people who want to make (a) website(s) for a school project
Colors in the Dreamweaver's Loom was created in 1989.
It's a metaphor. A dreamweaver catches dreams. You weave them into what you want them to be. As if the program were your Dreamweaver for web design. Weave your dreams.. Make the website.. of your dreams.. Following me? xD (should be obvious, though..)
Previously, it was macromedia dreamweaver and now its Adobe dreamweaver after adobe acquired the company macromedia For version history, Google is a very good friend
Colors in the Dreamweaver's Loom has 241 pages.
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