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Please bare with me as I am still VERY new at this (three weeks to be
My employer has asked me to investigate a desktop publishing software that
has XML capabilities. I have checked out the archives and found some
information on FrameMaker/PageMaker. I also looked at www.xml.com and they
had a list of software that they have reviewed that utilizes XML.
Unfortunately, I am not as up on things as to know/understand what XML is or
how it will affect the documents I am composing. I do know that my boss
wants an import/export capability for our internal performance support
system. As the only Technical Writer, my primary responsibilities are to
create the internal procedural/specification documents.
I would appreciate any recommendations.
Sr. Technical Writer
Generation21 Learning Systems