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I use InDesign to develop my biweekly sci-fi
and was missing some of the Frame-like text handling abilities in CS2 that
were added to CS3. ID gets closer with each new version to being a tool I'd
consider using for day-to-day technical writing in addition to the more
blatant desktop publishing applications.
Technical Writer / Help Author
john dot cook at gmail dot com
On 10/17/07, Seb <techwritersblock -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> It will be interesting to see where FrameMaker and InDesign will be
> in the near future. With every release, InDesign takes on more and more
> features for long document support. Even as it is right now, there's some
> significant product overlap.
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