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Subject:Re: Windows 98 From:"Schweizer, Alex" <alexs -at- VISTEON -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 18 May 1998 10:10:43 -0400
I would assume all of the non-Microsoft® applications are behind the
curve (as usual).
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Horace Smith [SMTP:hsmith -at- WT -dot- NET]
> Sent: Sunday, May 17, 1998 10:34 PM
> Subject: Windows 98
> Can anyone summarize for me the advantages, if any, of going to Win98,
> a technical writer's standpoint. For example, does Word work any
> FrameMaker? Corel Draw.
> Horace Smith
> Sr. Documentation Engineer
> Syntron, Inc.
> 17200 Park Row
> Houston, TX 77084
>mailto:hsmith -at- wt -dot- net
>mailto:smith -at- syntron -dot- com