Hi, Dov: On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 3:37 PM, Dov Isaacs <isaacs at adobe.com> wrote: > To be very clear, although designed as a replacement for PageMaker, InDesign > was certainly not designed by Adobe to be a "replacement for FrameMaker." > > Yes, over time a number of FrameMaker features have been incorporated into > InDesign, but unless you are using none of FrameMaker's structured features > (support for XML and DITA), and conditional text, equations, etc., InDesign > won't satisfy your needs.
InDesign's XML abilities are used in database publishing and other automated workflows. It also works with DTDs. Can you comment the pros and cons of FM's XML support vs. ID's XML support? Regards, Peter __________________ Peter Gold KnowHow ProServices