RE: Linux equiv. to Framemaker?

Subject: RE: Linux equiv. to Framemaker?
From: "James Jones" <doc-x -at- earthlink -dot- net>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 3 Aug 2006 18:42:48 -0500

I am a freelancer and I've just started using OOo 2.0. As I understand it,
version 2 of the sw, which came out last December, fixed the few remaining
compatibility issues between it and Word. I'm not a heavy user yet, but I
have not noticed any problems. Am using it on Windows. I'm impressed with
it. I especially like its pdf creation utility. I don't know anything about
using it for help or single-sourcing. I look forward to creating a manual
with it. Jim Jones

-----Original Message-----
Is anyone on the list using for writing manuals? I've
just read an excellent article that makes a persuasive case that can do the job:

Anybody doing this?

Follow-up question: Is there a way to single-source print/pdf output and
html help output from


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