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I've just started a new job and I have to set up the documentation
department. One thing is I have to choose tools for producing documentation.
Till now, I've been working with FrameMaker plus WebWorks. But I recently
discovered AuthorIt, which I'm benchmarking against Frame + WWP.
What do I need from you?
I'd just like to URGENTLY [my boss is putting high pressure on me :-)] hear
from those who have already worked with AuthorIt and those who are currently
working with it. Any success stories? Any great troubles? Well, everything
concerning AuthorIt would be of interest to me.
Two more questions to those who are concerned:
- Has anyone completely modified the templates supplied with AuthorIt?
- Does anyone know how to specify the position of images on the Document
Output Title Page?
Thanking you in advance
Documentation and Translation Manager
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