Working with railway engineers in the UK, I'd have to agree with Matt.
Your biggest challenge is going to get the engineers to adopt brevity, or minimalism as we sometimes call it.
You will need to define a level of assumed knowledge in your audiences, and then determine the questions that need answers. The herding cats bit will come when you try to get the engineers to write something that ONLY answers the question in front of them.
Yes, let them write in Word, but develop a template in which the paragraph format names are exactly the same as those in Frame. Content then imports by copy with little additional work needed. (You will need to delete the Word markup for ordered and unordered lists. The hard part here will be getting the engineers to use the paragraph formats and not inline formatting.
On 07 October 2013 at 16:25 Matt Sullivan <m...@mattrsullivan.com> wrote:
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