From: Jim Whitehead (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Apr 25 2000 - 12:46:15 PDT
>> XMetaL seems like the best bet from
>> but I wanted to check before shelling out $150.
> I've been using XMetal. It is nice but pricey, and I'm a little
> uncomfortable that it is so dependent on IE, but nice regardless.
Out of curiosity, how does XMetal handle figures? I've been toying with the
idea of using XML for my dissertation, but it doesn't seem like there is
good figure support, and the inability to do headers/footers is also a
problem. Lack of intergration with Endnote is also a concern.
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