Re: Recovery plans

Subject: Re: Recovery plans
From: Marci Abels <maa5906 -at- SMARTNET -dot- NET>
Date: Tue, 2 Jul 1996 06:38:21 -0500

Anyone care to comment about the pros/cons of Interleaf over Framemaker? A
consultant has just suggested to my employer that Interleaf is the best way
to handle our corporate-wide documentation system. He asays that I-leaf is
the optimal way to deal with interactive changes,
engineering/documentation/marketing interaction, and document control for a
muti-site corp.

Any comments, suggestions out there? How about the comparative learning
curves of the two? Any features that one system offer not provided by the other?


Marci Abels maa5906 -at- smartnet -dot- net
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-Elbert Hubbard

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