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> PS--What do I use for creating heavy-duty HTML? XML.
OK, I'll bite: what tools do you favor for that purpose?
What would your work process look like, from bright idea
to finished product, and therefore where would each of
those tools you're going to tell me about... fit?
/kevin (currently using FM7 to make the few remaining PDF/print
docs, and Robohelp X4.1 for the bulk of his customer