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Re: powerpoint files

With some pain, I have seen FrameMaker used for this purpose.
Personally, I use InDesign. The problem is that neither are
optimized for this particular purpose. There are various tools
and formatting features in PowerPoint that just don't exist
in the alternatives mentioned above. For example, graphs
must be fully imported.

        - Dov

At 12/20/2002 09:40 AM, Lee Creighton wrote:
>>The workaround
>>is to use some other tool for creation of presentations if
>>you want fine typography (fine graphics, ...)!
>What might be some suggested alternatives?
>Lee Creighton, Ph.D.
>JMP Statistical Discovery Software

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