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mpriestley -at- vnet -dot- ibm -dot- com wrote:
>FWIW, I'm in the unenviable position of writing a doc with two hardcopy output
>formats and two online output formats. For me, WYSIWYG is a pipe dream (or
>an overnight four-way formatting run).
You need to convince your folks to get involved with SGML. Now
*there's* a markup that doesn't *prevent* you from going
anywhere, and there are established migration paths, or means
to achieve them, to all of the platforms you are now hitting.