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Does anyone have any experience using BroadVision QuickSilver? I was
specifically wondering how it compares to FrameMaker.
On the BroadVision web site it says "BroadVision QuickSilver enables you to
create and publish lengthy, complex documents in multiple output formats
(including HTML, PDF and Postscript) and automates publishing of
personalized content to BroadVision Portal. Assemble publications from a
variety of text, graphic and database sources, including Microsoft Word,
AutoCad, Microsoft Excel, and Oracle. Includes a complete XML authoring
Here the current requirement is to produce printed manuals and to also have
them available in PDF, and for that I've been using FM. My manager asked me
to take a look at QuickSilver because it's apparently used at another
location to produce manuals.
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