XML and FrameMaker

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Apress, Feb 25, 2004 - Computers - 416 pages

This book is designed to teach anyone working in data-intensive publishing how XML can be leveraged to make the job of presenting data easier. While the XML discussions within the book are general, FrameMaker is used for all of the examples since it supports a wide variety of XML import and export options. In addition, author Kay Ethier shows you how FrameMaker's powerful formatting features lend themselves to publishing XML documents without reworking them.

This book is written for a professional audience, including writers, database administrators, developers, and production staff.

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Contents

Understanding Markup Languages l
1
Rules
8
Looking at XML with Quality Checking
16
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Kay Ethier is an Adobe Certified Expert in FrameMaker 7 and several prior versions. She instructs training classes, performs consulting, and provides hotline support for clients in a variety of industries. She resides in the Research Triangle Park area of North Carolina. In 2001, Kay coauthored the book XML Weekend Crash Course. She has most recently been a contributing author on Advanced FrameMaker, a self-published book.

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