Publicon is a document creation tool designed for authors of technical articles. It provides a simple point-and-click interface for creating publication-quality technical documents that integrate text, equations, and graphics. Publicon provides typesetting power and flexibility comparable to , but with the simplicity of a word processor.
Some key features of Publicon are:
Easy mathematical typesetting for equations and formulas, including search capability for mathematical notation
Hundreds of custom fonts for special characters and symbols
Palettes for applying templates, formatting, and mathematical notation
Customizable style sheets to control every aspect of a document's appearance
Automatic numbering of equations, graphics, section, and chapter headings
Hyperlink templates for linking documents to each other or to the web
Customizable interface palettes and buttons for entering frequently used expressions
Specialized tools for entering end notes or citations and creating a bibliography
Import and export of graphics and sounds in a variety of formats
One-step conversion of documents to , HTML, or XML formats
Publicon documents are platform-independent and portable. They are saved as ASCII text instead of binary files, so they can be transmitted via email and read by users on different computer platforms.
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