Here is a book on the ultimate HTML editor. 800 pages.
Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 Bible / Joseph Lowery, Wiley, 2009
Here is a book on the ultimate HTML editor. 1200 pages.
Dreamweaver CS3: the missing manual / David Sawyer McFarland, Pogue Press/O’Reilly, 2007.
With 1000 pages of text, and small pictures of dialogs every second page or so, this book might be the best way to learn Dreamweaver. No code examples! The book is not written by David Pogue, but his picture and bio are prominent on the back cover. The author deserves more credit for writing an excellent book.
Enhancing a Dreamweaver CS3 web site with Flash Video / by David Karlins, Peachpit, 2008
Just 100 pages showing pictures of GUIs and telling where to click. You can add a video to your web site without understanding how it works (egads).
Mastering CSS with Dreamweaver CS3 / Stephanie Sullivan and Greg Rewis,
New Riders, 2008
Just 350 pages and nicely designed, this book might be the quickest way to get good with Dreamweaver.
The essential guide to Dreamweaver CS3 with CSS, Ajax, and PHP / David Powers, Friends of ED, 2007
Here is a good introduction to web app programming using Dreamweaver. 720 pages, mostly well written text, with a few pictures of dialogs. Not many code examples. Recommended.
Master visually Dreamweaver CS3 and Flash CS3 professional / by Sherry Kinkoph Gunter, Wiley , 2008
This book shows pictures of Dreamweaver GUI windows, and tells you where to click. Likewise with Flash. It might be the quickest way to start with these GUI’s for some people.