Software of Choice for Documentation

Subject: Software of Choice for Documentation
From: Julie Zagorski <juliez -at- NIGHTOWL -dot- NET>
Date: Fri, 11 Apr 1997 09:30:52 -0500

Hello All!
I'm about to contract for a small Windows 95 based company documenting user
manuals, training materials and marketing items. They currently utilize Office.
(I don't know if it's 95 or 97.) I don't foresee a need for on-line help at
this time but possibly in the future. Which leads me to the following
questions:

What do you all use for general documentation and why?

What are the costs associated with your choice?

If preparing for on-line help in the future, what would you use & why?

Please send your responses to me privately so we don't clutter the list. Thank
you sincerely for your help and direction.
Julie
juliez -at- nightowl -dot- net
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Julie A. Zagorski
Creative Computing
De Soto, MO 63020
(314) 337-0626 phone (314) 586-0140 fax
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