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Subject:Re: Framemaker vs. Interleaf From:David Dvorkin <DDvorkin -at- FRXSOFT -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 26 Mar 1998 13:47:45 -0700
> Chris Welch-Hutchings said
>My current employer uses Interleaf, but the writers don't have
>it. We use Word to produce draft docs, which are then passed to
a team of
>Interleaf formatters. For revisions, the writers mark-up
>docs and submit these for formatting.