Adobe India lines up FrameMaker version

By siliconindia staff writer   |   Friday, 19 December 2003, 08:00 Hrs
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HYDERABAD: A team of 20 researchers at Adobe Systems India, a wholly-owned subsidiary of US-based Abobe Systems, has developed the upgraded version for its flagship product FrameMaker, which is used for desktop publishing and structured content authoring, reports an Indian daily.

The latest version, FrameMaker 7.1, which is a publishing solution meant for developing large documents like user manuals, combines the simplicity of word processing with the power of Extensible Markup Language (XML). This makes it easier to publish the content in multiple channels, including print, Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) and the Web.

FrameMaker 7.1 includes new features for cross-referencing between documents and allows multiple variations of a document to be stored as a single file. “With FrameMaker 7.1, users can now migrate to legacy technical documents and assets from Quark XPress and Adobe PageMaker formats.

Also, Adobe Photoshop files can be imported directly into FrameMaker, saving time,” Adobe India MD Naresh Gupta told TNN. The project took about a year, he said. Adobe plans to launch the project in January next year.

(Source: Economic Times)

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