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Subject:Re: Red-lining software From:Jerry Blackerby <exujbl -at- EXU -dot- ERICSSON -dot- SE> Date:Thu, 27 May 1993 12:52:39 CDT
|> Robert C. Whitehead writes:
|> > In the words of Chuck Banks:
|> > > FrameMaker, WordPerfect, Microsoft Word, Xerox GlobalView all
|> > > provide redlining.
|> > Are these packages SGML-compliant?
|> Frame Technology (info -at- frame -dot- com) has FrameBuilder. It "supports structured
|> authoring and SGML in an interactive WYSIWYG environment..."
|> INTERNET: fred -at- boole -dot- com PHONE: (408) 524-3292 FAX: (408) 730-0558
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FrameBuilder does an excellent job of supporting structured authoring.
It does not provide an SGML tagged ASCII output. You will have
to find a filter to convert the standard Frame MIF file into an
SGML tagged ASCII output.
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