Re: MS Publisher for Technical Documents
I have never heard of anyone using Publisher for technical documentation.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
It's long been considered a non-contender, even in the simple desktop
publishing arena. Truth be told, most view it as a tool used by soccer moms and church secretaries. (Nothing against those folks.)
On Tue, Sep 1, 2015 at 3:47 AM, wondersofone <wondersofone -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
Anyone have experience with using MS Publisher for technical documents,
namely using the current 2013 version? We will have a lot of cross
references between hundreds of individual documents. Single sourcing might not be important at this time, but may be in the near future.
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