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On 7/12/05, Mike Tulloch <mike -at- infoinfocus -dot- com> wrote:
> On Tue, 12 Jul 2005, Jonathan Gravois wrote:
> > Having spent from 12:20 to now (10:00) cleaning my XPPro
> > machine of a Trojan virus, I am wondering of the feasibility of Technical
> > Writing on the Macintosh OS X platform. Except for FrameMaker, the major
> > programs are available on that platform (Word, Excel, InDesign, DreamWeaver,
> And Frame is available (v6) for "Classic mode". :)
Frame 7.0 was also produced for the Mac, but development stopped
there. It too runs fine on an OS X Mac under "Classic."
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