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Interleaf

A document preparation system for Sun, VAX, Apollo and other workstations.

Interleaf

Desktop publishing software that was widely used for DOS, Windows 95/98, NT, and a variety of Unix-based computers from Interleaf, Inc., Waltham, MA. Interleaf's full-featured program supported a large number of document and image types, including its ability to handle extremely long documents (tens of thousands of pages). Other products in its family provided enhanced document control and workgroup operation, as well as a relational document manager that provided document distribution and tracking.

In 2000, Interleaf, which had expanded its print software offering to e-content tools for the Web and wireless, was acquired by BroadVision, Inc., a supplier of integrated and personalized e-business applications. Interleaf's flagship software was renamed Quicksilver and became an integral part of BroadVision's suite of content management software.
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Based on the performance of the Lemex on the interleaf polyethylene, Leach plans to try the Lemex on some of their thin calendered rubber products where wrinkling has been an issue.
Conversion and filter components for processing the most widely-used DTP and tagged text file formats, including XML, SGML, HTML, FrameMaker, Interleaf, QuickSilver, QuarkXPress, PageMaker and Ventura.
Epic 4.1 builds on the previous Epic version by giving these authors the ability to take proprietary formats such as Interleaf and Adobe FrameMaker and convert them into XML, enabling them to concentrate on the subject matter rather than spending time and resources learning new tools.
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Registered users at 3Dpublish.com can upload files in a range of 3D CAD formats including DWG, DXF, CGM, SAT, IGES 3D, STEP, STL, VDA-FS and VRML and convert them to 2D raster and vector formats such as PostScript, CGM, JPEG, PCX, RTL, CALS Raster, TIFF, Interleaf, Framemaker and HP-GL.
California based software company BroadVision will acquire Massachusetts based supplier of document-management systems Interleaf for $851.6 million.
Microsoft Corp and IBM are already moving into the market and document management companies such as Xerox, Documentum and Interleaf will not ignore the opportunities for substantial extra revenues.
Interleaf's XML-based e-content solution, BladeRunner is to be tested and evaluated by Microsoft to publish and re-purpose the curriculum components of the Microsoft Mastering Series training courseware.
Interleaf has launched BladeRunner content management software which integrates with Microsoft Word, generating XML in the background while the user simply creates a Word document as normal.
In the note to this page Darlington says, 'The lines at the top of the page are drafts toward the version on 152/153iv (i.e., the verso of the interleaf between page 152 and 153); those at the side are unidentified'.(1) I want to point out at the lines at the right side are also a draft wards the version on 152/153iv.
It is supported by WordPerfect, FrameMaker, Interleaf and many other packages on UNIX, Apple/Macintosh, NeXT and PC platforms.
A number of commercial products, including Documentum by Documentum Inc., PDM by Xyvision Inc., RDM by Interleaf, and SGML Server by Information Dimensions, use an approach similar to RMM, in that they provide flexible access mechanisms to documents that are stored in a database.