[Extracted from the Press Release. See below] [quote]: Ventura SGML SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language) is a vendor independent, international standard for encoding content in documents. It allows for information interchange across platforms and, by separating document content and structure from document appearance, enables users to republish information to different delivery media. It is also the basis for many sophisticated document management systems. The use of SMGL (sic! -rcc) in Ventura 6.0 is optional but adds significant values for users creating very large documents or hypermedia. DTD Editor Near & Far will be bundled with Ventura 6.0 to allow users to create or edit their DTD's (Document Type Definitions, or document models) in a visual manner. These DTD's can then be used with Ventura to author SGML-compliant documents. SGML Authoring SGML technology from InContext Systems will be tightly integrated into Ventura to enable users to author documents in a fully validated structured form. Users will also be able to go from SGML to WYSIWYG for publishing on paper or electronic media. Electronic Publishing While traditional paper publishing remains a strength of Corel Ventura, version 6.0 adds the capability of producing documents for multiple output formats. Ventura 6.0 allows users to publish information on the Internet, on CD-ROMS and as hypertext documents. To this end, several new modules will be tightly integrated into the product offering. HTML Author In addition to the HTML authoring capabilities in Ventura, this easy-to-use standalone application will be included to create WEB documents directly. Corel CD Creator Allows users to publish their documents directly to CD-ROM. Electronic Output Since users will be able to navigate hypertext by simply clicking on the table of content items, index, or cross-reference entries from within Ventura, support for various electronic media formats will be greatly enhanced . This will enable them to verify that Adobe Acrobat or Envoy documents are working correctly before they are published to the WEB or a CD-ROM.
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