Re[2]: Document Management

Subject: Re[2]: Document Management
From: Mike Sechelski <msechelski -at- HOU -dot- SPERRY-SUN -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 3 Sep 1996 09:47:42 -0500

Robert Plamondon wrote...

<Interleaf has by far the best document management package out there, as far as
<I've been able to tell. When things are properly set up, multi-version
<multi-document management is no more painful than you'd expect -- maybe less
<so. There's no Mac version, though.
<Most users are on workstations, though the Windows NT/Win95 version is a
<complete implementation.

<FrameMaker has clumsy versions of some of the same features, but I don't think
<there's any comparison.

<Interleaf is a high-end package wich requires training or serious effort to
<master, bu tit's worth it.

I'll definitely second that.

I still find some people who curse Interleaf, but I
suspect it's due to trying to run the s/w with a
mis-matched workstation or lack of a trained administrator.

...not that I haven't cursed it a few times myself,
but that's another story.

Basically, I give it a thumbs up!

Michael Sechelski
msechelski -at- hou -dot- sperry-sun -dot- com

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