What, no versions info? Well, you can download a 30-day trial of the latest version from the Adobe site. So I won't go into that.
I am also going to take it that you know your way around the Dreamweaver screen. If not, take Adobe's tour, care of lynda.com.
So I'll start with some tips you may know but maybe haven't tried yet.
Remove extra furniture
F4 is the toggle key that removes all the extra furniture around your Dreamweaver page.
Here's the layout I normally work with. It also shows what happens when you toggle
2. The latest versions of Dreamweaver have a number of changes designed to make the program easier to work with.
F10 brings up the Code Inspector as before. But now it is a fully fledged code viewer with the capacity to format content, view pages in any browsers you have put into your list, highlight invalid code and indent code intelligently. See the dropdown lists indicated in this screenshot:
Toggle between Live and Design View with
Ctrl-Shift F11. See the tools page for more details.
One of the most useful additions to the latest version of Dreamweaver is the Output Window. It is found as part of the Results option in the Window Menu, or with
Shift F6. This opens up a panel at the bottom of your screen and warns of any problems.
The new Dreamweaver: a guide
The handiest of Dreamweaver's tutorial guides to its new capabilities is here: it dates back to 2016 so you may kick yourself for not using some of the facilities before.
Emmet for CSS
When writing CSS the Emmet shortcut system is extremely handy because it often guesses what you need to use.