HTML vs PDF

Subject: HTML vs PDF
From: Laurie Miles <miles -at- CQT -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 7 Aug 1997 11:55:14 -0700

I would really appreciate some help from those of you out there in
techwr-l land. There is some question here regarding HTML vs PDF docs.
Because Microsoft uses HTML as its method of online doc distribution (MS
VC++ 5.0 has all HTML-based documentation), many here believe that HTML
will become the defacto standard, overtaking PDF. Any opinions?

Thanks in advance
Laurie Miles
CommQuest Technologies
mailto:miles -at- cqt -dot- com

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