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Subject:Re: Math Equations and Graphics From:Lois Patterson <lois -at- ASTERIX -dot- HELIX -dot- NET> Date:Sat, 18 May 1996 22:46:23 -0700
Tim Altom said:
>I'd recommend highly, mucho, lotsa that you convince the client to move to
>Frame. Frame's equations editor is first-rate, and with a conversion tool
>like WebMaker the equations become graphics and they convert flawlessly to
>the Web. Word is outclassed badly in this arena, despite Microsoft's claims
>to the contrary.
Do you know of any URLs for web sites that have used Webmaker in this
way? I have been using an equation editor and capturing each
equation as a gif. It sounds like the above method would be more
efficient, to say the least.
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