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This seems to have bounced. I apologize if you receive this twice:
Tom Huffman wrote about Frame:
"No drag and drop,
no macros, no easy editing of toolbars, no endnotes, no spell-as-you-go, no auto
Thanks for your reply, Tom. I understand what you are saying. The way I see it
is this: Word is like a Cadillac. It's got all these luxury features that are
nice for people like . . . my mom, for instance.
Frame is like a stripped down, sports racing car. It's lean, mean and does its
job like no other. ;-) It's more suited for people who are into "serious
Note: Please forgive my corny analogy. It's 5:15 am and I'm not quite with it.
But I assume you see my point.
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