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I've yet to be able to put out a site using R/W. Not really happy with the learning progress so far.
Is there any rationale for printing the manual in Landscape mode and then not using the unconventional orientation to enhance the images?
I'll download the trial and give it another chance.
It'd be nice if this version is more what I'm looking for.
FWIW, I do use D/W but I'm looking for something smaller in scope and cost.