Re: Technical Manual Production

Subject: Re: Technical Manual Production
From: "SEIGLER, Sherri" <sseigler -at- SHL -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 16 Jul 1998 11:37:34 -0500

I have been using Word 97 only because it seems to be the company
"standard". I have requested and received Framemaker. I have started
converting my Word 97 documents over to Framemaker and creating new docs
in Framemaker and absolutely love it. Now my biggest problem is making
sure the whole company has Acrobat Reader so that I can put these docs
into .PDF and share them. Oh well, there is always a problem with

Sherri Seigler
MCI Systemhouse
sseigler -at- shl -dot- com

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Maria [SMTP:mariac -at- NAS -dot- NET]
>Sent: Wednesday, July 15, 1998 10:02 PM
>Subject: Technical Manual Production
>I would be very interested in finding out from list members what software
>is used on a daily basis to produce technical manuals. There has been a
>lot of discussion on Word and its features and I am wondering whether that
>is the standard software being used at this time in most companies.
>> From: Wayne Douglass <wayned -at- VERITY -dot- COM>
>> To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
>> Subject: Microsoft Publisher
>> Date: Wednesday, July 15, 1998 4:55 PM
>> As a favor to someone, I'm polling the list to see if anyone has ever
>> Microsoft Publisher to do technical publications. Respond off-list with
>> reactions. I'll summarize if I get enough interesting responses.
>> Thanks.
>> --Wayne
>> ---------------------------------------------
>> Wayne Douglass phone: 408-542-2139
>> Verity, Inc. FAX: 408-542-2040
>> 894 Ross Road mailto:wayned -at- verity -dot- com
>> Sunnyvale, CA 94089
>> ---------------------------------------------

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