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Out of necessity, this company has developed some work arounds for some of
Word's problems because they are located in Israel and the Word is marked up
about 600%. Needless to say, that using Framemaker is out of the question.
Anyway, this is an excellent resource, when you have no choice but to create
technical documents in Word.