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Subject:Re: Discretionary Indexing From:Lori Lathrop <76620 -dot- 456 -at- COMPUSERVE -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 29 Nov 1994 10:08:13 EST
In response to Dave Johns (INTERNET:14615johns -at- KCPBLDG05 -dot- BV -dot- COM) ....
Dave -- Thanks much for the info. The indexing features in Doc-To-Help
do seem to be quite powerful, especially if you use the discretionary
indexing option. BTW, it also sounds like 4 MB RAM is just barely enough
The only question I still have concerns the ability to create index tags
for concepts (when the exact words may not appear anywhere in the text).
Is Doc-To-Help flexible enough to let you do that?
I hope my questions and your answers are useful to others on this list.
Thanks for letting me pick your brain :-)
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