Technical Illustrations

Subject: Technical Illustrations
From: "Michael J. Maloney" <MMaloney -at- AOL -dot- COM>
Date: Sat, 22 Jul 1995 19:36:34 -0400

I am new to on-line electronic communication. I am unfamiliar with electr=
onic
protocol. If it is impolite to introduce one-self, the rudeness in
unintentional. I own and operate a technical publication production busin=
ess.
My area of strength is technical illustration. I hope to offer insight in=
to
this portion of the technical publishing process. I felt it was necessary=
to
make this announcement because most communication in forums such as this
revolve around technical writing and publishing. STC meetings generally
revolve around the same. =


I look forward to your questions regarding technical illustrations, both
traditional and electronic. The people in my shop operate both MAC and PC=

platforms and use most illustration and page layout programs.

Let me throw out a question (of which I know the answer).

Can you name me one technical illustration or =93drawing=94 software prog=
ram that
can import (or Open) an IGES or DXF file, edit and enhance it then export=
(or
Save) the file in the MIF (native FrameMaker image) format? Thus creating=
a
complex technical illustration that can be edited while in a FrameMaker
layout using the FrameMaker drawing tools?

One more question (of which I DON=92T know the answer).
Is there a method to prevent the =93Headers=94 information from appearing=
on the
responses?


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