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> Does anyone know of a way to create a master document such as an
> Admin Manual and regularly update it by just changing out a
> section? What I need to do is update a large (300 +) pages document
> on a regular basis in the most efficient way possible. Word is not
> sufficient and I don't know if there is a tool that can automate
> this process. Any advice is appreciated.
Create the document it in FM and either make the section that changes
a file in a book or an insert in a file. Change the file or the
insert source, then regnerate the book.
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