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>Who else in your company uses Frame? Graphic Artists? Marketing?
Publishing? Certainly not the developers?
"Bruce Byfield" <bbyfield -at- axionet -dot- com> answered:
>... Strangely enough, developers of a certain vintage - those who
have been in the business for about ten years - do use Frame for
specs and white papers.
Not only those of a certain vintage. Young and old! All our engineers and
developers use FrameMaker and shun Word. Actually they were surprised to
discover that Frame was used extensively by other than engineers!!
My 2 cents
Good day everyone.
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