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Subject:Red-lining software From:"Philip H. Kachelmyer" <PHK -at- UMNACVX -dot- BITNET> Date:Thu, 27 May 1993 08:40:35 -0600
Does anyone know of any software that can do red-lining? That is, take
two versions of a document and show the merged documents with items from
the first version that have been removed designated with strikethrough and
things that have been added designated by boldface or some other
characteristic? I'd appreciate hearing about anything that's available,
either commercial product or shareware. (Or, for that matter, freeware!)
Philip H. Kachelmyer voice: (612) 625-6821
Computer & Information Services fax: (612) 625-6817
University of Minnesota e-mail: phk -at- boombox -dot- micro -dot- umn -dot- edu
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