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 <p>Welcome to AbiMoz. This project, sponsored by <A HREF=http://www.oeone.com>OEone Corporation</A> is designed to allow word processing   <p>Welcome to AbiMoz. This project, sponsored by <A HREF=http://www.oeone.com>OEone Corporation</A> is designed to allow word processing 
 inside of Mozilla.  It is currently being used by <A HREF=http://www.oeone.com>OEone</A> in their Penzilla environment.  inside of Mozilla.  It is currently being used by <A HREF=http://www.oeone.com>OEone</A> in their Penzilla environment.
 <P>The basic premise of the project is that its a plugin for <A HREF=http://www.abiword.com>AbiWord</A> that runs inside of   <P>The basic premise of the project is that its a plugin for <A HREF=http://www.abiword.com>AbiWord</A> that runs inside of 
<A HREF=http://www.mozilla.org>Mozilla</A>. It is scriptable from XPCom and can be accessed from JavaScript. <A HREF=http://www.mozilla.org>Mozilla</A>. It can be accessed from JavaScript. 
<P><A HREF=screenshots.html>A Screenshot of the plugin</A> in the Penzilla environment is available right now.<P><img src="images/screenshot_small.jpg" border=0 align=left> Here the plugin running in the OEone Penzilla environment. The plugin 
 has been enhanced with XUL around it. For isntance, on the left hand side you can see the document navigation tree, and at the top of the
 plugin you can see the document controls (bold, italics, underline etc...)  All these elements are created in XUL and interact with 
 the plugin through JavaScript.
   
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 <p><b>Note:</b> If you want to add an area for user feedback to any of your pages, take a look at the <a href="annotation.html">annotation.html</a>  <p><b>Note:</b> If you want to add an area for user feedback to any of your pages, take a look at the <a href="annotation.html">annotation.html</a>

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