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I am curious about experiences you may have had using Interleaf 6. I am
currently working in a contract situation (SUN/Unix environment) and am putting
together docs and learning ileaf6 at the same time. It is supremely
non-intuitive, graphically difficult to work with and S-L-O-W!
I could produce my documents in half the time in Word or Frame. There is no way
I can get away from Interleaf (it's a state agency). It has some nice
features, but it is very difficult to work with. I know some of you have
worked with it (last month's discussion).
Is it me? (Tell me! I can take it!) Are there any 3rd party references out
there that might be useful? There's no time to take a class.
Appreciate any information or opinion you can share with me!