>  My personal feeling is that documentation from Adobe has declined, and is 
> threatening to approach the Microsoft level.

I think Microsoft has a leg up on Adobe docs, albeit a skinny leg. Even before 
Adobe bought the company, FM docs were, shall we say, less than robust. They 
remind me of open-source philosophy where developers wait for a user to 
document that an icon means means "crash and burn," not "save this file."

If not for Sarah O'Keefe and Scriptorium, FrameMaker would have been abandoned 
a decade ago. Just saying.


Amy Sharp
Geophysical Technical Writer
ConocoPhillips Co.
MO1050
Work: 281-293-1819
Mobile: 713-724-8485
amy.sh...@cop.com

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