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I went with Frame and WebWorks Publisher.
I was moderately happy with the results - needed to do a lot of
tweaking, and do a lot of work arounds. But it was easily worth it --
having single sourced using Frame's conditional text. I would think
that the next version of WebWorks would be even better.
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Subject: Appropriate tools
Author: <forst -at- steinsohn -dot- de > at internet
Date: 6/29/99 4:15 PM
I have been using Doc-to-Help so far for producing my online software
documentation. For generating user's manuals for our hardware components I
have been using FrameMaker. I am no longer satisfied with this solution, as
the layout of the documents generated in Word / Doc-to-Help differ from
those generated in FrameMaker (FrameMaker came first; later on I decided to
As I prefer working with FrameMaker (Word often behaves very strange) I
would like to know, whether it is possible to use FrameMaker for online help
documentation too; perhaps in conjunction with WebWorksPublisher or any