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Subject:Re: DRAWING SOFTWARE FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS From:Eric Haddock <eric -at- ENGAGENET -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 14 Jan 1997 07:42:41 -0600
Allen Judd[SMTP:AJudd -at- EFJOHNSON -dot- COM] wrote:
> Is anyone on the list writing hardware repair manuals. I am looking for
> software package that I can use to draw schematic diagrams. I am
> writing in Frame Maker and printing hardcopy manuals using offset
> printing process.
Visio Technical isn't a bad program. Its interface is a bit clunky but
otherwise it draws a variety of purely technical things pretty well.