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My concerns about good SGML editing tools and mark-up time are concerns of
mine as well.  I am eager to hear the experiences of other members of our list.

Burt Altman
Archivist, Claude Pepper Library
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306-2047






At 01:22 PM 4/25/97 -0700, you wrote:
>I am currently working on a proposal to place our guides on line using the
>EAD DTD.  I have a couple of questions that I hope someone might be able to
>help me with.  First, what type of commercial SGML editors are people using?
>The Panorama name continues to surface. Has anyone used the Panorama Editors
>Suite?  Apparently this has an EAD DTD in the package.  What do people think?
>The other SGML editor that I have a question about is the one available in
>WordPerfect 7.0.  The one question that we have about the 7.0 is whether a
>DTD can be imported or if it needs to be created within WordPerfect?  Are
>these two editors comparable?  Are their pros and cons between the two?
>
>The other question I have concerns length of time for marking up a guide.
>In my proposal the administration wants to know what type of labor it is
>going to use.  Currently wWe have our guides in wordperfect text files and I
>assume that it would be possible to design some type of template for tagging
>the guides.  Any advice that you experience people have would be greatly
>appreciated.
>
>Thank you
>Brad Cole
>Curator of Manuscripts
>Northern Arizona University
>(520)523-1549
>Email: [log in to unmask]
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