In the US, unless you're upgrading, the break-even point seems to be
use of three applications. For instance, if you also use Adobe Acrobat
to produce PDFs, TCS would definitely be the way to go strictly on a
cost basis.

However, there are hooks and additional tools in the TCS that could
easily justify the purchase if you're just buying FM and RH, because
the time saved and the additional code could produce additional time
savings for you

Cheers,
Art

Art Campbell
               art.campbell at gmail.com
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On Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 3:19 PM, Neeraj Jain <neerajjain8 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> We plan to buy Adobe Acrobat Professional and Adobe RoboHelp. Should
> we buy these software individually or buy the entire Technical
> Communication Suite 2?
>
> We want to have maximum cost-benefit advantage.
>
> It would be really helpful if you could provide addresses/phone numbers of 
> Adobe
> stores in India (preferably Delhi/NCR) or links to Indian Web sites selling 
> these products.
>
>
> ________________________________________________
>
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> Regards,
> N. Jain
> http://www.neerajjain8.com
>
>
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