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   RE: XML Editor recommendation?

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  • From: Jakob Fix <jfix@i4i.com>
  • To: Rob Lugt <roblugt@elcel.com>, xml-dev@lists.xml.org
  • Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2000 10:19:03 -0600

I4I sells a product called S4Text that uses MS Word as an XML editor.  It is
actually a toolkit that allows you to map toolbar buttons to XML elements,
modify menus, etc.  There is a demo application, a tagless editor, that you
can download from the website, www.i4i.com, to get an idea.  Caveat: I work
for I4I.

Hope this helps,

| -----Original Message-----
| From: Rob Lugt [mailto:roblugt@elcel.com]
| Sent: Wednesday, November 22, 2000 4:52 AM
| To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
| Subject: XML Editor recommendation?
| Dear all,
| We have a client which is a small group of journalists wishing to
| create XML
| content.  They are not used to using mark-up languages and they currently
| use MS Word for their documents.  They need a user-friendly editor that
| takes the hard work our of creating XML files.
| The editor doesn't have to be free, but it does have to be aimed at the
| general population (not programmers!).
| Something like MS XMLNotepad doesn't cut it.
| I'm sure some of you will have been in a similar situation.  If so, would
| you mind sharing your recommendation?
| Regards
| Rob Lugt
| ElCel Technology


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