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An OECD 2000 Legacy Presentation used by the Publishing Division to convey the importance of structured information.

An OECD 2000 Legacy Presentation used by the Publishing Division to convey the importance of structured information.

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  • Accessible Easy to access navigate and search Universal Available on multiple devices Timeless Accessible over a large time span
  • Accessible Easy to access navigate and search Universal Available on multiple devices Timeless Accessible over a large time span <BOOK> </BOOK>
  • Accessible Easy to access navigate and search Universal Available on multiple devices Timeless Accessible over a large time span <BOOK> </BOOK> </FRONTMATTER> <FRONTMATTER> </BODY> <BODY> </BACKMATTER> <BACKMATTER>
  • Accessible Easy to access navigate and search Universal Available on multiple devices Timeless Accessible over a large time span <BOOK> </BOOK> </FRONTMATTER> <FRONTMATTER> </BODY> <BODY> </BACKMATTER> <BACKMATTER> </CHAPTER> <CHAPTER> </CHAPTER> <CHAPTER> </CHAPTER> <CHAPTER>
  • Accessible Easy to access navigate and search Universal Available on multiple devices Timeless Accessible over a large time span <BOOK> </BOOK> </FRONTMATTER> <FRONTMATTER> </BODY> <BODY> </BACKMATTER> <BACKMATTER> </CHAPTER> <CHAPTER> </CHAPTER> <CHAPTER> </CHAPTER> <CHAPTER> John Smith<AUTHOR> </AUTHOR> Macroeconomic policies<TITLE> </TITLE> The fiscal stance text text text text text text text text text text <TITLE> </TITLE> <P> </P> Assessment and challenges text text text text text text text text text text <TITLE> </TITLE> <P> </P> text text text text text text text text text text text<P> </P> text text text text text text text text text text text<P> </P> Monetary management text text text text Bob Grey text text text text <TITLE> </TITLE> <P> </P>
  • Accessible Easy to access navigate and search Universal Available on multiple devices Timeless Accessible over a large time span <BOOK> </BOOK> </FRONTMATTER> <FRONTMATTER> </BODY> <BODY> </BACKMATTER> <BACKMATTER> </CHAPTER> <CHAPTER> </CHAPTER> <CHAPTER> </CHAPTER> <CHAPTER> John Smith<AUTHOR> </AUTHOR> Macroeconomic policies<TITLE> </TITLE> The fiscal stance text text text text text text text text text text <TITLE> </TITLE> <P> </P> Assessment and challenges text text text text text text text text text text <TITLE> </TITLE> <P> </P> text text text text text text text text text text text<P> </P> text text text text text text text text text text text<P> </P> Monetary management text text text text Bob Grey text text text text <TITLE> </TITLE> <P> </P> The structure of an SGML publication tells us about the ranking and the semantic value of information.
  • Accessible Easy to access navigate and search Universal Available on multiple devices Timeless Accessible over a large time span <BOOK> </BOOK> </FRONTMATTER> <FRONTMATTER> </BODY> <BODY> </BACKMATTER> <BACKMATTER> </CHAPTER> <CHAPTER> </CHAPTER> <CHAPTER> </CHAPTER> <CHAPTER> John Smith<AUTHOR> </AUTHOR> Macroeconomic policies<TITLE> </TITLE> The fiscal stance text text text text text text text text text text <TITLE> </TITLE> <P> </P> Assessment and challenges text text text text text text text text text text <TITLE> </TITLE> <P> </P> text text text text text text text text text text text<P> </P> text text text text text text text text text text text<P> </P> Monetary management text text text text Bob Grey text text text text <TITLE> </TITLE> <P> </P> The structure of an SGML publication tells us about the ranking and the semantic value of information. Presentation attributes are not described in SGML. A document can therefore be used on multiple outputs by applying the presentation attributes of the required devices.
  • Accessible Easy to access navigate and search Universal Available on multiple devices Timeless Accessible over a large time span <BOOK> </BOOK> </FRONTMATTER> <FRONTMATTER> </BODY> <BODY> </BACKMATTER> <BACKMATTER> </CHAPTER> <CHAPTER> </CHAPTER> <CHAPTER> </CHAPTER> <CHAPTER> John Smith<AUTHOR> </AUTHOR> Macroeconomic policies<TITLE> </TITLE> The fiscal stance text text text text text text text text text text <TITLE> </TITLE> <P> </P> Assessment and challenges text text text text text text text text text text <TITLE> </TITLE> <P> </P> text text text text text text text text text text text<P> </P> text text text text text text text text text text text<P> </P> Monetary management text text text text Bob Grey text text text text <TITLE> </TITLE> <P> </P> The structure of an SGML publication tells us about the ranking and the semantic value of information. Presentation attributes are not described in SGML. A document can therefore be used on multiple outputs by applying the presentation attributes of the required devices. As SGML is an ISO standard (8876), it is software and device independant. It is available in plain ASCII and has therefore a theoretically unlimited lifespan.