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> software is not a fancy word processor. All text should be created in a word
> processing application and then imported into a dtp package. The first time
> you insert a word into the front of a document and then have to wait while
> all the other text repositions itself will convince you not to do your
> original text creation in the dtp package.
Jeffrey, I don't know what DTP you're using, but text creation is no problem
in Interleaf. We never create text in another word processor and import it.
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