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Subject:Re: DRAWING SOFTWARE FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS From:Kent Dannehl <kdannehl -at- STARFISHSOFTWARE -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 14 Jan 1997 16:58:46 -0800
Visual Thought from Confluent is specially designed to produce
technical diagrams for FrameMaker. They have evaluation copies
at www.confluent.com. Presently they have tools for
Frame on several unix platforms and a beta version for win95...
At 07:18 AM 1/14/97 -0600, Allen Judd wrote:
>Is anyone on the list writing hardware repair manuals. I am looking for a
>software package that I can use to draw schematic diagrams. I am
>writing in Frame Maker and printing hardcopy manuals using offset
>Thanks for any suggestions
>ajudd -at- efjohnson -dot- com
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