XML and the launch of Chemical Markup Language

Paquin, Martin PaquinM at novasys.qc.ca
Fri Feb 6 14:34:38 GMT 1998

	-----Original Message-----
	From:	Peter Murray-Rust [SMTP:peter at ursus.demon.co.uk]
	Sent:	Friday, February 06, 1998 4:21 AM
	To:	xml-dev at ic.ac.uk
	Subject:	Re: XML and the launch of Chemical Markup

>I am a believer in using HTML for
>presentations (since I feel it's more flexible/portable/re-usable than
>other approaches). If other people feel the same way, perhaps we could
>create a collaborative approach to XML/HTML-slide generation?
Microsoft annouced his intention to have a XML export format for all
his office applications, including I supposed PowerPoint. Certainly a
to look. 

The major part that is missing for conversing a graphic presentation to
XML is 
the possibility to create graphics primitives in HTML. Other than that
dynamic html is possible to have presentation as good than with
prsentation package.


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