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I'm interviewing for a job where they intend to produce some hard-copy
doc in Frame (which I'm comfortable with), but then have someone else
do on-line Help in RoboHelp or Doc-to-Help with *Word*.
This surprises me, and isn't the way I would go; am I missing
something? Are those various other Help tools (which I've browsed at a
workshop or two) somehow better than Frame? This would be for Windows,
incidentally -- maybe that's significant.
Corte Madera, California
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