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Pilot: RE: AportisDoc vs TealDoc?
>Question: I'm a registered Doc (now AportisDoc) user, and have Doc+, which
>allows me to edit doc files. TealPoint software has come out with a
>doc-compatible viewer. Can someone tell me the major differences? Do they
>have a doc editor?
No, they don't have an editor.
Why I like TealDoc better:
TealDoc (for me) seems to work better than AportisDoc. The layout is better.
TealDoc allows HTML like tags in the document, letting you have do things
like IMAGES and LINKS to -outside- files. In other words, you can put in a
button that will take you to a specific bookmark in another document.
You can also put in horizontal line (RULES in html speak) set some of the
text with a specific font, and do a couple of other neat tricks.
It's also (last time I checked) a bit CHEAPER than AportisDoc. And (unlike
the last time I checked Aportis) they are still upgrading their software...
Of course, I'm the guy that's writing an HTML to TealDoc program.
NOTE: I'm not getting a dime from either Aportis OR TealPoint software.
The only thing I've gotten (really) is a registration from QED which IS a
good PilotDoc editor. I've HEARD of Doc+ but never had the chance to get
it. Aportis isn't selling it for some damn fool reason...
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