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Jane Bergen wrote:
> On 12 Apr 97 at 15:55, Bruce Byfield wrote:
> > I seem to be hearing more and more references to PageMaker being
> > used for documentation. Does anybody else have the same impression?
We used Ventura (through v4.2) for years and found it adequate for most
everything pre-online. When v5.0 came out, the bugs were so prevalent
that a Ventura Bugs magazine was published for a couple of years.
Version 6.0 was also pretty bad. I've heard 7.0 is okay, but I'll never
take the chance again.
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