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Adobe FrameMaker+SGML 6.0

The multichannel SGML technical publishing solution for print and Web Adobe* FrameMaker*+SGML 6.0 delivers everything you need to create,edit, and publish complex documents in Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML). A required format for documentation in some industries, SGML enables organizations to share volumes of complex, frequently revised documents across applications and computer platforms in a variety of media. Publish to multiple channels - the Web, CD-ROM, and print - all while retaining the document's structure and organization. With its accessible user interface, FrameMaker+SGML lets you focus on content without having to learn the complexities of SGML. New with FrameMaker+SGML 6.0 is XML publishing capability through the included Quadralay WebWorks Publisher Standard Edition.For documents not requiring a tightly structured environment, Adobe FrameMaker gives you powerful authoring features for multichannel
publishing.

SGML Capability:

* Productivity and Automation
* Open Architecture
* Structured Document Support
* SGML Handling Powerful Authoring Tools
* Word Processing and Layout
* Graphics and Tables
* Text and Graphics Filters
* Productive Book Building
* Book-wide Commands
* Book Window

Multichannel Publishing:
* HTML and Dynamic HTML Generation
* XML Publishing
* Integration with Adobe GoLive? and Other Web Tools
* Enhanced PDF Support
* Press Releases

McDonnell Douglas:
This aircraft manufacturer relies on FrameMaker+SGML for a
structured, yet easy-to-use authoring environment to produce its
Flight Crew Operating Manuals.

Xerox:
FrameMaker+SGML enables Xerox's education group to create both
printed and electronic versions of product documentation in a
single step, saving weeks of production time.

Hitachi Semiconductor:
Using FrameMaker+SGML, this computer chip manufacturer
produces data sheets in multiple formats - print, HTML, SGML,
and PDF - significantly reducing