What is the difference with a framereader and frameviewer?

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Hi guys,

What is the difference with a framereader and frameviewer? I have some pictures from my computer and just wondering about a framereader and frameviewer. Can you define each and share with me the use of both?

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What is the difference with a framereader and frameviewer?

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Hi,

FrameReader is a rationalized version of FrameViewer. It helps you to print and view Frame documents but it is not editable. Every hypertext links are dynamic. While the Frame Viewer opens above the Viewer by default. You are most likely at least conscious that it helps you to observe two (2) split frames overlay over one another so that you can contrast them.

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What is the difference with a framereader and frameviewer?

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Hi Young,

      Framereader is a view where in you place data or picture in an item frame and then can be selected by right clicking the frame. After the selection you can view the contents of the file. However, Frameviewer is a software that is said to be a complete program it can use simple XML file and scan programs which lets it display GUI. This is most used by Windows server 2008 or 2011.

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