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SGML brings forced, rigid structure to your documents, plus the potential
for an easier path to structured XML down the road. However, if you are
coming from a PageMaker environment, I'm not sure you'll use that level of
sean -at- quodata -dot- com
From: David Berg [SMTP:dberg -at- dmpnet -dot- com]
Being the newbie TW that I am, I have a question for the Framemaker
My company currently uses Pagemaker (and occasionally Word 97) for
documentation. My boss is considering buying Framemaker next year,
would like to have some information to help me decide whether to
pitch for Framemaker w/SGML. What are the basic practical reasons
the extra price for SGML?