Summary: Revisions into Frame

Subject: Summary: Revisions into Frame
From: "Jim Morgan" <Jim -dot- Morgan -at- portalplayer -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 4 Mar 2002 11:21:12 -0800

My apologies to you all for the weirdness put out by two of my posts
last Friday, and thanks to Meg and Keith for notifying me. I was on
travel posting through an encrypted Web server, which my IT department
tells me was the cause.

Rather than waste more bandwidth, I'll only repost the following because
it was a summary of responses:


My thanks to those who responded on- and off-list to my question about
methods for getting electronic revisions into Frame. The summary is that
I was correct (for once!) in thinking there is no way to do so without
all users having Frame.

The suggestions offered related to electronic markup, but not to direct
transfer of that markup into the Frame document. Since:

--that approach introduces a source of potential errors and additional
time costs;
--we have not suffered the document corruption problems that some people
described in incorporating markup in Word; and
--all reviewers here have Word;

I guess I'm stuck with Word. Nonetheless, it is helpful to have my
suspicions confirmed, and once again I appreciate the wisdom of the list

Thank you,

Jim Morgan
Technical Communications Mgr.
PortalPlayer, Inc.

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