Software of Choice for Documentation

Subject: Software of Choice for Documentation
From: Julie Zagorski <juliez -at- NIGHTOWL -dot- NET>
Date: Fri, 11 Apr 1997 09:30:52 -0500

Hello All!
I'm about to contract for a small Windows 95 based company documenting user
manuals, training materials and marketing items. They currently utilize Office.
(I don't know if it's 95 or 97.) I don't foresee a need for on-line help at
this time but possibly in the future. Which leads me to the following

What do you all use for general documentation and why?

What are the costs associated with your choice?

If preparing for on-line help in the future, what would you use & why?

Please send your responses to me privately so we don't clutter the list. Thank
you sincerely for your help and direction.
juliez -at- nightowl -dot- net
Julie A. Zagorski
Creative Computing
De Soto, MO 63020
(314) 337-0626 phone (314) 586-0140 fax
Trust is simple when your Faith is Pure.

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