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Subject:FrameMaker Discrepancy From:Stuart Burnfield <slb -at- FS -dot- COM -dot- AU> Date:Tue, 10 Dec 1996 08:57:38 +0800
Alisa Dean <Alisa -dot- Dean -at- MCI -dot- COM> wrote:
> The site where I am now considered converting to Frame (primarily based
> on the TWs' recommendations), but chose not to for the following reasons:
> o Expense - Frame is over $500-$600 a copy, whereas there was already
> a Microsoft Office Suite site license in place.
Inkjet printers cost less than laser printers. If you print a substantial
number of pages, the per-page costs mean the inkjet printer costs more in
the long run.