Re: Web/Print Delivery with Daily Updates

Subject: Re: Web/Print Delivery with Daily Updates
From: Holly Dunagan <hdunagan -at- MINN -dot- NET>
Date: Fri, 26 Feb 1999 14:03:19 -0600

Actually, there are a couple options for web & print updates:
1. Simpliest option: post the Word document itself on the web and have end-users launch Word to read it. Several disadvantages here you are probably aware of.
2. Better quality option: Run a daily translation using a tool like "Word to Web" or "HTML Transit." These tools allow you to set up customized templates to translate particular documents and styles.
3. Alternative: Write the original in a web tool like Dreamweaver or FrontPage. Or perhaps a more robust program like Framemaker -- depending on how big this really is. FrontPage is skrewy, but it works just like Word, and non-technical authors can learn it quickly.
 
Holly Dunagan
Document Technology Analyst
 
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> I have a potential client who wants to convert a very large printed (Word)
> manual to a version that can be viewed on their intranet.  They also want
> to maintain the printed version.  The catch is that they want to be able
> to make daily updates to both versions. (I may be able to have the print
> updates switched to something more reasonable, like monthly.)


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