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-> Please rerun or send a copy of the summary prepared
-> by Mike Torras on Word and FrameMaker.
The list is very nice but in my opinion is about as valid as comparing a
Chevy with a Rototiller ... different products, different strengths. It
all depends what you want to do. A Chevy makes a mess of my garden, and
a Rototiller does a crummy job of getting me to the supermarket.
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