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>Does anyone have any experience documenting multiple platforms?
>Are there any companies people could suggest that have documented many
>platforms in one book?
This is fairly common with many pieces of major software.
Virtually all the Adobe products come to mind.
The usual practice seems to be settle on one platform for most of
the screen shots, including the others only if they have unique
BTW, you said that your company is writing for "Red Hat Linux."
It's aware, I hope, that a product written for one flavor of
Linux will generally work on most of the other major
Bruce Byfield, Outlaw Communications
Contributing Editor, Maximum Linux
bbyfield -at- axionet -dot- com | Tel: 604.421.7189
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