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It can work. In my experience, though, it can only work with a version
control system like Visual Source Safe, so that authors can check out the
files they are responsible for. Otherwise, it has the possibility to become
a free-for-all. And, of course, multiple authors will mean additional
duties for oversight of the project.
> My latest HAT upgrade includes team authoring. Although I'm
> solo right now, there's a possibility I might be getting an
> intern or an assistant in the near future, and I think the
> team authoring feature might be useful. Has anyone else here
> had any positive or negative experiences with this?
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