"You can call it market prospecting. You can call it political
rebellion against Microsoft. Whatever you call it, more and more
brand-name software companies are starting to shift some of their
product lines over to the Linux platform. We, as Linux users new
and old, can only benefit by this migration, which started as a
trickle and is rapidly approaching a deluge."
"Recent entries to this flood of new products for Linux include
the WordPerfect Office 2000 suite and now the appearance of a
brand-new application type for Linux: a desktop-publishing
application as robust as anything you will find on Windows."
"Adobe FrameMaker 5.5.6 for Linux was released for public beta
earlier this spring and it is giving Linux user the newfound
ability to create documents via desktop publishing. This is
something that the Linux community sorely needed, especially for
the smaller companies who see Linux as a more financially sound
investment but still needed something to generate their internal
and external documentation."
"...For now, I strongly recommend any users who want to get
some serious control over their document creation to download this
beta and enter the world of desktop publishing on a Linux
platform. With the online manual to get you over the interface
hurdles, you will find yourself using an excellent Linux DP
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