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close this section of the library Chapter 4: Textual documents: The raw material
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.1: Entries for the word search in a biblical concordance. Cruden's Complete Concordance to the Old and New Testaments by A. Cruden, C. J. Orwom, A. D. Adams, and S. A. Waters. 1941, Lutterworth Press
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.2: Scanning and optical character recognition
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.3: Document image containing different types of data
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.4: Māori newspaper based digital library
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.5: The relationship between XML, SGML, and HTML
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open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.7: Sample XML document
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.8: Sample DTD using a parameterized entity
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open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.10: Basic CSS style sheet example
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.11: Table and list CSS example
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.12: Context-sensitive CSS example
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.13: Using CSS to specify different formatting styles for different media
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.14: XSL style sheet for the basic United Nations Agencies example
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.15: XSL style sheet illustrating tables and lists
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.16: XSL style sheet illustrating context-sensitive formatting
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.17: XSL style sheet that sorts UN agencies alphabetically
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.18: PostScript and PDF example
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.19: A PostScript document and the text extracted from it
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.20: Extracting text from PostScript
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.21: Reading a bookmark-enabled PDF document with Acrobat
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.22: More ways of producing the document of Figure 4.18a
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.23: Structure of an RTF file
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.24: LaTeX example
open this section of the library and view contents Figure 4.25: Effect of multiple quoting on an e-mail message