The NY Times had an article today about Parallels Workstation, a beta 
software that allows you to run OS X and Windows (any version, not just 
XP) simultaneously on an intel-powered Mac. You don't have to reboot 
when you switch. You can copy/paste between systems. You have to 
"network" them to share files. The free download is available at

This sounds like the most acceptable solution for the "I don't wanna 
buy a PC just to run FrameMaker" folks (of which I am one, although I 
already have both a Mac and a PC).

Pat Christenson

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