__/ [Donn Miller] on Saturday 03 September 2005 08:59 \__
> Blood Money wrote:
>> There's still a long way to go, but the writing is on the wall...
>> My sides still hurt from laughing at this:
>> "A Microsoft spokesperson said that the company's support of XML in
>> Office and other products shows that Microsoft, too, is in favor of
>> open formats for data interoperability and the archiving of public
>> records. However, Microsoft does not believe the public sector should
>> force a single document format on its agencies, especially one that may
>> be less functional than what they are already using, the spokesperson
>> Microsoft doesn't believe the public sector should force a single
>> Funny how they didn't mind when it was their software.
> Man, screw all of that. Whatever happened to LyX. Never tried it, but
> it sounds like something I'd want to use, badly.
I use LyX for /everything/ (apart from Web design) and I absolutely love it.
Go to the Web site and join our lively mailing list, which will answer any
question you may have.
I currently write my thesis in LyX and my template got adopted by many
others. Don't miss out on LyX, a tool that makes LaTeX seem like a toy and
nevertheless produce the same "hardcover book standard" results.
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