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Subject:Re: Documentation on the Web From:Dianne Blake <write-it -at- home -dot- com> To:Techwriter <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Mon, 13 Mar 2000 10:24:13 -0800
I've been working with a company's processes. Since processes often
involve several documents, we've decided to put the processes on the
intranet (in HTML format) and then we link to the most current version
of the document/form where users can retrieve (but not edit) the
This serves two purposes. First everyone knows what the most current
process is, and it is also a form of document/version control. I heard
a collective sigh of relief when I suggested this method to the company.