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Thank you for the information. I would never have thought of Dreamweaver,
but I will certainly take a look at it, as well as XMetal, XMLSpy and
I appreciate that you took the time to mention schemas and transformers. I
suppose this is why I keep hearing about 'DITA' as a possible choice for
technical writers using XML.
The problems I am trying to solve are:
* a lot of reusable content that is not being reused and has become
* a lot of custom guides and help files desired as our cilents tend to pick
and choose modules in our application
* a lot of custom information as our clients often received information
tweaked for their specific instance of our software
* simplified translation
* simplified single sourcing of pdf and help materials as well as editable
source material for internal clients.
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