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Old 12-21-2005, 03:16 PM   #1
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LXer: Book Writing Applications in Linux


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In order to see what is needed in book writing applications, you need to look carefully at the desk of someone who is actively writing a book. You will most likely see piles of paper, often cut up and marked with pencil, and if you examine those of the papers that are in piles, you will see that the pagination is all over the place because pages have been reordered. [Ed: Pretty good intro! The author covers some of the advantages and disadvantages of Lyx, OOo, etc. - dcparris]

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