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Judy asked about this for her university computer center.
Judy, we are doing a similar task with our large document set.
The kind of person you need to look at this is not a writer,
programmer, nor academic.
You need to talk to a Librarian. A genuine Library Sciences
major. They know more about info organization setup for
retrieval than anyone.
I brought a Librarian on our team right away, and she is great!
Good Luck, Ms "Document"!
Dick Dimock, The Artfully Senior Tech Writer rides again for
AT&T GIS Which still quivers in
El Segundo, CA The town that loves Tech Writers. Walk into any
bar or public spot and announce that you are a
Technical Writer for XXX company, and you will
wind up with a free beer or at least friendly
Try it at your home town. It may work!
"Hahdy y'all! Ah'm a taick ratter for Aix Aix Aix