Re: Software for Documentation?

Subject: Re: Software for Documentation?
From: N Kendall <k534 -at- EARTHLINK -dot- NET>
Date: Fri, 7 May 1999 22:45:41 -0700

> From: Christine Pellar-Kosbar <chrispk -at- MERIT -dot- EDU>
> Subject: Software for Documentation?

The following software does what you want:

FrameMaker at a cost of about $900 <- Win version
Interleaf at a cost of about $1900 <- Win version

I just checked these retail prices within the last 45 days.
Don't know the prices for UNIX versions, but both make versions for UNIX.

Interleaf is the better product (IMO) but, at double the price, I'm not sure
it's worth it.

Nancy

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Nancy Kendall
Sr Documentation Analyst and Owner
Kendall Custom Documentation, Inc.
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