I wouldn't call this "lack of recent development":


Definitely something worth considering if you plan on going structured.

Yves Barbion
Documentation Architect
Adobe-Certified FrameMaker Instructor

On 2/1/07, Rebecca.L.Frasure at aphis.usda.gov <
Rebecca.L.Frasure at aphis.usda.gov> wrote:
> Someone left on my desk (presumably to irritate the heck out me), an
> article from the January STC Magazine Intercom called "Old Software." They
> underlined a paragraph which says, "also absent from this discussion is
> Adobe Framemaker, which is starting to show its age and lack of recent
> development. Fans may want to consider using OpenOffice.org Writer."
> Now that's not true, is it? I am always arguing with my officemates that
> Framemaker is the best software for what we do, which are 700+ page
> manuals, with multiple updates and constant repagination. I know nothing
> about OpenOffice.org Writer. Does anyone else? I have no desire to
> replace, I'm getting ready to learn Structured, but I need some
> knowlegable words from my fellow listmates.
> Thank very much in advance!
> Becky Frasure
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