Re: HAT recommendations
I was originally leaning toward RoboHelp simply because it's an Adobe product. After doing some research, I read about MadCap Flare and it seems to have a lot to offer, so now I'm really confused. Anyone out there use either product and have any recommendations?
I just happened to read a LinkedIn discussion (in the Documentation and Technical Writing Management group) on this very question: http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Can-someone-please-explain-me-2632674.S.42599706?qid=44ff22f6-2d86-4720-b397-c957c65c95d7&goback=.gmp_2632674.
I donât have any experiences with either, but I'm evaluating both for a client who's looking to implement some light-weight single sourcing.
Looking forward to other's input, too,
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