Re: Tool for document management
On Tue, 25 Sep 2007 16:05:53 -0700, David Brodbeck
> On Sep 24, 2007, at 9:39 PM, Russell L. Harris wrote:
>> I use XEMacs daily to produce LaTeX documents. I have frequent need
>> to search my archives of material I have written in the past, and I
>> use grep for this purpose. It is difficult for me to imagine an
>> advantage offered by OpenOffice which would compensate for the
>> inability to make use of grep in searching my archives.
> I think it depends on what you're doing. TeX is awesome for writing
> books and scientific papers. If you're writing a letter to Grandma,
> though, OpenOffice is better suited. Using TeX for that is a bit like
> driving a semi truck to the supermarket to pick up a bottle of milk.
I dunno. I have a template for letters all created, with my
address, salutations, etc. It prints out an envelope for me as well,
All I have to do is type in the content, and the destination.
Far, far faster than using openoffice, if you ask me.
"When anyone says `theoretically,' they really mean `not really.'" David
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