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Subject:Re: Software of choice? From:Mary Reinhardt <mbreinha -at- us -dot- oracle -dot- com> To:Russ & Evelyn Griechen <russgri -at- netbci -dot- com> Date:Fri, 15 Oct 1999 18:16:47 -0400
I don't recommend Microsoft Publisher for this. It's a so-so tool for things
like invitations, banners, posters, and some graphics layout, but it would be
very frustrating as a documentation layout tool. Adobe Framemaker would be the
tool I'd recommend.
Russ & Evelyn Griechen wrote:
> I need to do some technical writing for one of my projects. I have
> Microsoft Publisher.
> Since there is a lot of layout and strict placement of text...is there a
> better layout?
> Russell Griechen
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