FrameMaker 6.0 embraces XML and other formats for Web output

FrameMaker 6.0 embraces XML and other formats for Web output

The FrameMaker 6.0 publishing application from Adobe Systems Inc. can output book-length documents in Extensible Markup Language as well as in Adobe Portable Document Format and Hypertext Markup Language.

The San Jose, Calif., company's senior product manager, Karl Matthews, said about 10 percent of FrameMaker users work at government agencies.

Many federal Web sites post documents in PDF because of its read-only security, searchability and easy access via Adobe's free Acrobat Reader.

The XML format, in spite of being more searchable and easier to repurpose than HTML, can expose a site's content to unauthorized use. For that reason, Matthews said, XML works best at the back end for directing content into multiple channels of print, Web or CD-ROM publishing.

FrameMaker 6.0 runs under Microsoft Windows 9x, NT, Windows 2000, Mac OS, SunSoft Solaris, Hewlett-Packard HP-UX and IBM AIX.

A free beta version of FrameMaker 5.5.6 for Linux is downloadable from www.adobe.com/products/framemaker/fmlinux.html.

Contact Adobe Systems at 408-536-4446.

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