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Adobe boosts XML integration with FrameMaker 7.2

updated 01:55 pm EDT, Mon September 12, 2005

Adobe FrameMaker 7.2

Adobe today announced , the latest update to its authoring and publishing software that bridges the gap between simple word processing and XML (Extensible Markup Language). FrameMaker, a tool for creating complex documents such as lengthy technical manuals and catalogs, can output directly to multiple channels including print, PDF, HTML and XML. Migrating from unstructured to structured documents is easier, and new structured templates provide an instant starting point for documents. Version 7.2 also adds XML Schema to the range of standards it supports. Adobe FrameMaker 7.2 for Windows ($800) and Sun Solaris ($1,330) is expected to be available this month in English, French, and German. No Mac OS X release date was mentioned.




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