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Subject:Re: Mac Lab Software From:Pat Anderson <panderson -at- ALIAS -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 21 Oct 1993 13:13:12 -0400
Reply to: RE>Mac Lab Software
We seem to have brought our software requirements down to the following Mac
Aldus Freehand (for line drawings)
Adobe Photoshop (for touching up, converting to grey scale, and setting
resolution of bitmapped images)
Microsoft Word (very little used now, except for outlines)
FrameMaker (we've converted our docs to it from Word)
Quark XPress (likely to go the way Word has, now that the new version of
FrameMaker can do color separations).
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