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Subject:Publishing for the Web From:Daruwala Rohina-ind295 <Rohina -dot- P -dot- Daruwala -at- motorola -dot- com> To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com Date:Tue, 31 Aug 1999 12:02:51 +0530
I need some advice regarding publishing my User Guides for the Web. I work
on Frame 5.5.6 for UNIX. At the moment I Save As - HTML and we use Frontpage
for our Intranet. So I do a whole load of tweaking with a bit of
haywire and the guide does not look pleasing to the eye at all. The symbols
all change and have a mind of their own! The cross references are all over
the place and a mess.
I would like to know are there any other tools which I can use for this
purpose? I wuld like my guides to be pleasing to the eye, easy to navigate
through and well laid out. I have heard of Quadralay and Web Works
Publisher. Has anyone used these tools? If so how does it compare to Saving
Rohina P. Daruwala
Sr. Associate Technical Writer
The Senate, #33, Ulsoor Road
Bangalore - 560 042
Telephone : 91-80-5598615 Extn - 1005
Email: rohina -dot- p -dot- daruwala -at- motorola -dot- com