RE: Current trends in Authoring Tools?

Subject: RE: Current trends in Authoring Tools?
From: "Brasel, Russell" <russell -dot- brasel -at- hccredit -dot- com>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2007 09:34:47 -0600

Ditching RoboHelp, etc? Are they mad? I use Word as my source editor
for Doc-to-Help, but I would never rely on Word as my sole tool for
maintaining documentation.

And other products have had future development paths, but that doesn't
translate into quality. I'm sure the last model of the Ford Pinto was a
vast improvement over the first.

And when in Rome, you might want to look over the walls and see the
barbarians gathering in the distance.

Russell Brasel
Technical Writer
Dent-A-Med, Inc. d/b/a The HELPCard
479-750-6700 ext 245
russell -dot- brasel -at- hccredit -dot- com


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