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Old 10-10-2006, 02:49 PM   #3
Shane Stanley
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Now what I am curious about: How much demand is there for a tool like this? And why?
There are quite a few book publishers who sell titles to other publishers, usually in other countries. I've had requests from a couple that have changed to InDesign for help on ways to produce QXP files for such clients. The files are usually used as the basis for translations, so variations in copyfit don't matter.

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