CORRECTION: Download Dreamweaver CS5 Reference Manual

I really hate not having a printed reference manual for Adobe products.
Where  can I download a reference manual for Dreamweaver?  I recently  downloaded an Adobe PDF manual for another application but didn't take  down the URL as I should have.
Thank you,

You are one of a few who still like having a whole printed manual.  Here's the link to the entire 700 page manual.
Go to a local Staples or copy center and ask about pricing.  I think you will be surprised at how much it would cost and Adobe does it to help the environment and to keep costs down.

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    See reply at duplicate post here

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