WW hasn't shipped with Frame for two releases; the publishers have
changed the name and product significantly with ePublisher. And as far
as Standard WW goes, it doesn't support modified templates, so it's of
limited usefulness. And I don't think it was ever in common use -- it
was a freebie from a third party that Adobe threw into the package as
stop-gap until it got its act together to provide a stronger tool. I
wouldn't bother learning it at this point unless an employer who
hasn't moved forward requires it.
Either RoboHelp (as in Tech Comm Suite) or MIF2Go would be much more
current, appropriate, and functional.
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On Wed, Apr 15, 2009 at 9:38 AM, Nancy Allison <maker at verizon.net> wrote:
> Sorry for sloppy subject line in my previous post. Here it is again, slightly
> At this late date, I am getting my first chance to use Webworks Standard
> Edition 7.0 to create HTML Help. Out of curiosity, is WebWorks still in
> common use? Has it been surpassed by other tools? I'm wondering how much
> effort to put into learning this, or if it would be as wise as really
> immersing myself in an ancient copy of ForeHelp.
> Any knowledge on this topic greatly appreciated.
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