Re: Writing tool? - Conditional texting
Paligo and Flare are good at that. You can get free trials and check
out how clean import of your Word docs is.
If you have a lot of stuff in Word, you might take a look at
SmartDocs. CCMS that uses Word as the front end and SharePoint as the
When considering cost, be sure to look at total cost of ownership
rather than just the price tag on the software.
On Thu, Nov 7, 2019 at 10:09 AM Sonia Fernandes
<soniaferns2004 -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
What is the best cost effective, writer friendly conditional texting tool
out there now?
Trying to revamp customized documents and the best approach is having a
nice tool that will take care of it. Currently, everything is on MS word.
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