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I'm not arguing anything. I was only responding to your statement
that people are hired for writing rather than for tools...that I knew
of a position that was tools directed, not writing directed. It was a
general statement and not specific to any tool or help authoring
> The nature of one's position has no bearing on what tools they
> should use to produce Help. Or are you arguing that becuase it's
> a dedicated position then it's OK to add the overhead of a
> convoluted Help solution?
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