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Re: [seul-edu] open office (aka star office)

As far as I know there is only Framemaker, and 2 other expensive commercial
packages with a gui DocBook (SGML/XML) interface.  However, I have read that the
WordPerfect has this capability too, but I don't know if this is similar to
LyX's support or if it is complete support.  Anyone have a copy, can someone
report on this -- I would rather not spend $100 to find out.

Any programmers board?  Maybe someone should take the OpenOffice and make it
into a SGML/XML gui editor.  I'd volunteer, but I don't think my C is good

Bill T.

Quoting Chris Hedemark <hedemark@bops.com>:

> I was looking at http://www.openoffice.org/ and wondering if it has the
> capability of acting as a WYSIWYG DocBook editor.  I'm sort of SGML/XML
> illiterate so if someone more informed on the subject could advise I'd
> appreciate it.
> Thanks,
> Chris