RE: InDesign woes

Subject: RE: InDesign woes
From: <WilliamFLawrence -at- eaton -dot- com>
To: <straylightsghost -at- gmail -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 13 May 2008 12:36:54 -0400

I think you'll like InDesign CS3 a lot better, should you go that route.
I suspect you'll be happier with Framemaker because it's more familiar
to you. By the way, there is a tool called InCopy which was designed as
an authoring application. However, it is less than InDesign, not more.
CS3 has a lot of text editing power.

I'm going to let this go at this point, as this is turning into a
"religious" discussion about tools which is always counterproductive. My
original intent was merely to offer help with using InDesign.


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