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Subject:OSI Open Document Architecture From:"Kate M. Jarsulic" <kjarsuli -at- CCD -dot- HARRIS -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 16 Sep 1993 14:32:22 EDT
Has anyone out there heard of OSI Open Document Architecture?
Or for that matter, has anyone ever heard of an international
interchange standard for documentation?
We have a job that we are bidding, and the customer is requesting
that our documentation conforms to a type of standard. Before
I commit to compliance, i would like to know what it is.
Thanks for any help.
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