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>Many non-tech writers find Frame archaic and difficult to use. I can quote
>numerous conversations with CTOs and Engineering Directors who said they
>wouldn't use FrameMaker if God himself came down and ordered them.
Indeed. I feel the same way about C++. Therefore C++ should be abolished! No
one should be allowed to use a tool unless everyone else in the company also
knows how to use it! <g>
>I am an active writer/consultant
>at my company. I just finished writing a doc set last week for a client. I
>am no writing genius, but I have pounded out a fair tonnage of
My apologies, Andrew: it's just that you never ask or answer any technical
writing questions, and you've frequently mentioned your agency, so I assumed
you were retired from technical writing but enjoyed giving those of us still
at work the benefit of your opinions.
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