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Subject:Word vs. Framemaker From:Seth Greenberg <SETH -at- ELNICE -dot- NICE -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 16 Feb 1995 13:57:54 GT-0200
Regarding my request for Framemaker devotees to
bear their fangs against Word:
I subscribed to the list only recently, and
therefore, did not see Mike LaTorras summary of
the comparisons. A colleague gave me a hard copy
of the summary when I mentioned my request.
Thanks to Mike, and all those who contributed to
the thread. If anyone has any other comments,
seth -at- marketing -dot- nice -dot- com