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Subject:Long Technical Documents From:Edunetics <edunet -at- ZEUS -dot- DATASRV -dot- CO -dot- IL> Date:Wed, 4 Jan 1995 13:57:23 +0200
Has anybody successfully used Word 6.0 for long technical documents. My
company is developing a windows based application which involves a few
user manuals and a complete on-line help system. I am now using Word 6.0,
but I understand that it just won't do the trick once my files get really
Is it true that Word 6.0 for Windows NT does support long technical
documents? Is anyone using Word 6.0 for NT now?
I may be able to convince my company to purchase Framemaker. We are quite
pressed for time, and I'm a bit concerned about the learning curve. Any