Framemaker to HTML or use Dreamweaver?

Subject: Framemaker to HTML or use Dreamweaver?
From: "Laura Winkelspecht" <lwinkels -at- shopko -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2002 16:23:09 -0600

Hi Everyone,

I searched the archives and wasn't able to get a good answer to this, so I am posting to the list. We need to make a decision by Wednesday.

My department is beginning to move a lot of our documentation to our intranet. We need to decide the best way to do that. Currently we use Word 97 for most of our documentation. Our web coordinator uses Dreamweaver to manage our site. We can convert our Word docs to PDF, but we also want some HTML documents. Our other most viable option is to have everyone use Dreamweaver to create HTML docs.

We don't have any Frame experts in our department, so we would all be learning it. Obviously, we could use Frame for paper documentation.

We have the chance to get a new tool for HTML production. I have heard that FrameMaker does PDF well, but does it do HTML? Pros and Cons?

Thanks for any advice.
Laura Winkelspecht
Technical Writer,
ShopKo Stores, Inc.


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