Re: The Old Argument: FrameMaker vs. MS Word

Subject: Re: The Old Argument: FrameMaker vs. MS Word
From: Win Day <winday -at- home -dot- com>
To: "Mark Baker" <mbaker -at- omnimark -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2000 18:23:20 -0500

At 10:35 AM 1/21/00 -0500, Mark Baker wrote:

<SNIP>

>
>What is the proper way to staff a department of (for example, five people)?
>
>The usual scenario today is five writers doing all their own DTP and peer
>editing. DTP skill is a key hiring requirement. The result is low
>productivity, poor results, burnout and general dissatisfaction.
>
>The proper way is three writers, one editor, and one desktop publisher or
>one text programmer. The criteria for hiring writers is writing skill and
>technical knowledge. The result is high productivity, good results, and
>enhanced job satisfaction.


But since I'm generally a department of one, I'm glad I know how to lay out
a document as well as write it!

Win
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Win Day
Technical Writer

http://www.wordsplus.net

mailto:winday -at- wordsplus -dot- net




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RE: The Old Argument: FrameMaker vs. MS Word: From: Tony Rocco

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