Re: Alternatives to MadCap Flare
I am researching inexpensive alternatives to MadCap Flare.
Oh, are you?
doesn't want to bother with MadCap Contributor. He doesn't understand Flare,
Or are you instead looking for an alternative pathway for yourself?
I've had to work with someone 'assigned' to work with me on more than one occasion, where that person could not or would not learn the task. In one instance we got a new manager during that situation, "Oh," said the new manager, looking over the staff list, "you have him here? I fired him at XXX and I'm firing him here." Load off my shoulders.
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