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I don't have experience using Dreamweaver MX for EAD or any other flavor of
XML, but a few months ago our IS manager suggested we use MX for our EAD and
TEI projects. Since we are fairly heavily invested in XMetaL, we
successfully argued against it, but now I'm at a point where a break from
XMetaL might be justifiable. When I find time, I'm going to investigate
Dreamweaver MX, as well as XML Spy.
Michael Rush - Manuscript Processor
Massachusetts Historical Society
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(617)646-0553 - (617)859-0074 (fax)
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> Has anyone tried using Dreamweaver MX for creating EAD documents?