RE: Word's "Master Document" feature

Subject: RE: Word's "Master Document" feature
From: "Chinell, David F (GE Indust, Security)" <David -dot- Chinell -at- GE -dot- com>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2007 09:16:09 -0400

Dan and Mike:

If you're honest with yourselves, you'll have to admit that when it
comes to serious, professional technical communication, Word comes up
short when compared with almost any other tool. In fact, it really only
has three features that make it a marginal contender. Word is:

1. Ubiquitous
2. Eternal
3. Fully extensible

If it weren't for the fact that everyone has Word and knows (on some
level how to use it), that it will outlive us all, and that it can be
made to resemble anything or do anything you like, it would be little
more than a toy.


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