Re: Q: Word vs. Frame

Subject: Re: Q: Word vs. Frame
From: Daniel John Brinegar <6545 -at- EF -dot- GC -dot- MARICOPA -dot- EDU>
Date: Thu, 4 Nov 1993 05:12:02 -0700

Katie Schuler wrote:

> Subject : Re: Q: Word vs. Frame

> >I am currently using Word to produce some lengthy manuals. They are
> >nothing fancy, printed in-house, etc...However, because of their length, I
> >have run into many problems with Word. I am saving each chapter as a
> >separate file, which leads to many problems in pagination, printing, etc.

(she says she's considering moving to Frame....

> >Katie Schuler
> >ABB, Automated Distribution Division
> >Raleigh, NC

A program manager of my acquaintance (Ok, its my dad.. John Brinegar of
Honeywell's Automation College ) reports glowing success with Frame....

To your specific questions...

1) Frame can probably export to WordPerfect "somehow or other," but
maybe yer best option is to distibute yer manuals on disk in native Frame
formats, with a free runbtime version of FrameViewer included... (Simple,

2) The word-processing tools, and DTP tools, and all the others are
"The Best in The World" as far as IAC is concerned....

I've been lookng at Frame products at home here recently, and am most
impressed... the only questions I, Dan, would have is the time needed to
learn the specific tools..but they look very, very powerful (some appear
magical..... to a teletype op, anyway).

Hope thi information helps....

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