Re: Creating Technical Documents in Word
In the immortal words of Nancy Reagan, just say no.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I know thatâs flip and probably unrealistic, but I think itâs also true.
Unless youâre creating one-off, short documents that arenât part of a larger documentation set, Word is probably the wrong tool.
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