Word vs. FrameMaker

Subject: Word vs. FrameMaker
From: Darriel Dawne <ddawne -at- infowave -dot- com>
To: TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2000 09:55:11 -0800

In the past I've used FrameMaker for documentation. My current client is
using Word for all of their manuals (each under 100 pages) but would be
willing to switch to FrameMaker.

What are the pros and cons for Word and FrameMaker. I haven't used Word to
create a book before, and it seems a bit clunky. Any suggestions.

Has anyone ported documents from Word into Frame? What is the process like,
how much time would it take?

Thanks for the input.

Darriel Dawne
Technical Writer - one who translates geek into English

mailto:ddawne -at- infowave -dot- com
http://infowave.com




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