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Subject:How are you putting your docs online? From:hhlk <hhlk -at- TIAC -dot- NET> Date:Thu, 2 May 1996 19:30:13 -0400
I would be interested in hearing how people are putting the user guides
online for CD ROM distribution and on the Web.
I have a client that has asked me to come up with a plan. Presently, I
am considering Adobe Acrobat for putting the guides on a CD ROM, and
HTML authoring for putting product updates and readme files on the Web.
My problem is that I don't know too many people that have successfully
accomplished either of these tasks.
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