Re: What's the state of the Adobe Suite when it comes to Word Output

Subject: Re: What's the state of the Adobe Suite when it comes to Word Output
From: Tony Chung <tonyc -at- tonychung -dot- ca>
To: "john -dot- x -dot- posada -at- us -dot- hsbc -dot- com" <john -dot- x -dot- posada -at- us -dot- hsbc -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2013 08:18:37 -0800

Have you thought about 36 Software's SmartDocs, or Quarks Dynamic
Publishing System? Stay entirely in Word and author smaller documents.
Avoid Word master documents altogether.

-Tony

On Monday, January 28, 2013, wrote:

> Hi, guys...I've gotten into a project that I see getting even more complex
> as it goes forward. I'm now working on a Word document that is in the 440
> page range and I'm not even half way through.
>
> I would love to switch to FM, but EVERYONE else in my corporate world here
> is on Word.
>
> I know of and have used Jeremy's program in the past for Frame>:Word
> conversion, but to be honest, I need native Word input and output....please
> don't throw this into a tangent explaining why...I just know I do, you're
> gonna have to trust me.
>
> Before I propose this product to my management, what is the current state
> of Frame's conversion to/from Word? I'm hoping that FM has gotten better in
> the Word world at it since I used it about 3 versions ago.
>
> Thanks
>
> John Posada
>
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References:
What's the most fun/creative project you've ever worked on in your career?: From: Janoff, Steven
RE: What's the most fun/creative project you've ever worked on in your career?: From: James Leatherwood
What's the state of the Adobe Suite when it comes to Word Output: From: john . x . posada

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