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Yes, Quadralay's WebWorks Publisher v5.02 (aka. 2000) is the tool with which
you create online help from FrameMaker files. With Frame+WWP, you can create
WinHelp or HTML-based help. Go to http://www.quadralay.com for more info.
Caveat: WWP has a serious learning curve. It will not be as easy to run with
as Doc-to-Help. WWP's documentation is thorough but is as difficult to wade
through as the software <g>.
All the best.
sean -at- quodata -dot- com
>>>From: Ina Forst [mailto:forst -at- STEINSOHN -dot- DE]
>>>would like to know, whether it is possible to use FrameMaker
>>>for online help
>>>documentation too; perhaps in conjunction with
>>>WebWorksPublisher or any
>>>Thanks in advance for your help.
>>>H.M. Stein Sohn GmbH, Germany