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I have a Power Mac desktop running Snow Leopard. I just upgraded from Dreamweaver 8 to Dreamweaver CS4. I start a new html page and enter some text in the body. Now when I bold or italicize any of the text using the icons in the html property box, the text in the design window disappears. When I preview it in the browser it is there and looks like it should. I have spent hours myself and talking to Adobe to resolve this issue with no solution. Where do I go from here

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Hi
Check by creating a new user account in your Mac.
and check the application.
http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?path=Mac/10.5/en/8235.html

As you have the snow leopard.
Download the trial version of the DW CS4 online and check the application.
It its working fine Activate the product




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