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Subject:Framed on Frame From:SUZANNE PYLE <comline -at- STAR -dot- NET> Date:Sat, 11 Jan 1997 11:47:12 -0500
I need to get some insights from you on Frame. Here goes:
1. Specifically, using the hypertext features, can I create some annotated
text as callouts around a graphic that can be used later if I convert the
file to HTML so that if I click on a number by the illustration it links to
the annotated text that appeared in the source file?
2. What exactly does Frame Viewer do?
3. Can you take a Word template and have it converted into a Frame style sheet?
4. Is there a way to take an HTML version of a Frame file and create a help
file that can be viewed on a UNIX platform?