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Frame Technology Corporation

(company)
The company which developed FrameMaker, taken over by Adobe Systems, Inc. in late 1995/early 1996.
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Working in co-operation with Adobe, this latest development from DeltaXML represents the next step In supporting highly flexible and specialised DITA comparisons within Adobe FrameMaker itself.
"A lot of people seem to think it's just scanning and using OCR (optical character recognition), but it's also working with electronic data coming in from Microsoft Word and Adobe FrameMaker and things like that from online sources and other places." Among other varieties of physical input, DCL converts material from paper, microform, and CD; it can output a smorgasbord of data file types, including XML, HTML, and TEI Lite.
The suite also includes Adobe FrameMaker XML Author 12, a new editing solution with XML/DITA and DTD support.
There is software such as Microsoft Word and Adobe Framemaker that do automatic indexing of documents.
For creating and editing very long documents, including technical documentation, a recommended program is Adobe FrameMaker (www.adobe.com/products/frame maker), which can be used for both word processing and desktop publishing.
The Horizon system integrates with popular authoring platforms, including built-in plug-ins for Adobe FrameMaker and PTC Arbortext Editor, as well as the Inmedius S1000D Publishing Suite, the company claims.
As a result, our needs could be handled by programs such as Adobe FrameMaker without much trouble.
Adobe FrameMaker and FrameMaker+SGML software, is being widely adopted in multiple industries to streamline network publishing business processes.
Adobe customers can download a beta version of Adobe FrameMaker software for Linux from the Adobe.com Web site.
"Canterbury helps Adobe FrameMaker customers work more productively and cost effectively by enabling them to easily reference and reuse the content within their documents," said Marion Melani, group product manager, Adobe Systems.