Re: Producing Books

Subject: Re: Producing Books
From: "Thiessen, Christopher E" <Christopher -dot- E -dot- Thiessen -at- CERIDIAN -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 1998 09:50:36 -0500

Gina, it's a matter of preference and corporate support. Frame
has a lot of built-in tools to manage large manuals/books, but
it does have a learning curve. I've used Word in various incarnations
for the past seven years or so, and have successfully produced
computer user guides in the 400-600 page range with minimal
hassles (volume TOCs and indices included).

Remember: it is a poor worker who blames the tools.

> ----------
> From: Gina Hertel[SMTP:Ghertel -at- ALPHA88 -dot- COM]
> Reply To: Gina Hertel
> Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 1998 9:24 AM
> To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
> Subject: Producing Books
>
> Does anyone use MS Word to produce books or manuals?
> The Tech Comm group at my company is beginning to develop training
> books
> and software manuals.
> What is the benefit of Page or Frame over Word for something like
> this?
> Would you say Page or Frame is a "must have" when you're getting into
> the publication arena?
> I want to start off on the right foot.
> Thanks,
> Gina Hertel
> Manager, Technical Communications
> Alpha Technologies, Inc.
> ghertel -at- alpha88 -dot- com
> (732) 980-1800 Ext.749
>
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