Re: The End Of Technical Writing
Incidentally, the worst example of "forced upgrading" that I've
seen recently isn't even a publications tool, but a CAD program.
The latest version not only saves its new work in a file format
that can't be read by older versions (typical), it lacks the ability
to save back to or read from versions older than one release
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