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I agree, Mif2Go is something to consider, yes. But, IMHO, WWP Pro is as
flexible (or more so) and a bunch easier to use when it comes to
creating online help. However, if you want to get your content into MS
Word, then Mif2Go has no equal.
Plus, WWP Pro handles your FM and BOOK files (I know it creates MIF
behind the scenes, but that's automation that benefits you) without you
having to manually create MIFs each and every time you want output . .
.. RoboHelp and AuthorIT both offer MIF import, as well.
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Sent: Monday, February 10, 2003 10:40 AM
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