today launched Adobe FrameMaker 5 for Microsoft
Windows 95 and NT, a reworked 32-bit version of its document authoring
tool, and introduced a utility that lets users convert FrameMaker
documents to HTML format for posting on the Internet.
FrameMaker 5 is the first Adobe-branded release of the tool following
the company's acquisition of Frame Technology last fall. The new release
includes support for longer documents, compound document creation, and
The utility, called FrameMaker Hotamale, lets users save FrameMaker
files as HTML documents and edit HTML files.
FrameMaker 5 is priced at $895, and ugrades are $225. The tool is also
available on Windows 3.1, Macintosh, Power Macintosh, SunOS, Solaris,
HP/UX, Digital Unix, IBM AIX, and Silicon Graphics IRIX operating
Adobe said Hotamale will be available free from the company's Web site
beginning June 17.