RE: Single-sourcing Tool
I am not the original poster, but I may need to recommend our company
move to single sourcing. Here's the task. I hope you can offer some
advice on what tools I will need.
Replace the existing help (very ugly HTML files created by a non-tech
writer in Adobe Go Live) with professional looking help.
This is the tool I currently have. I just found out we have 1 customer
on UNIX, so I will now need to create a pure HTML-based help, not solely
the Microsoft version.
So, I've got a smallish help system and doc set to build, but the
company is striving for quarterly releases of its product. Tech Writer
will be just one of my responsibilities, and I don't want to have to
continually work with docs.
Is single sourcing for me? If so, what tools should I use? I'm not
experienced in FrameMaker, but am very familiar with Illustrator and
Photoshop and QXP.
Anyhow, any advice?
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RE: Single-sourcing Tool: From: Peter Swisher
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