They could use SmartDocs and have the best of both worlds.

Actually, the conditional stuff would probably be a lot better than
unstructured FrameMaker.

On 12/19/17, A Craig <acr...@shaw.ca> wrote:
> ... I was at a job interview today and it sounds like they could really use 
> the
> Conditional aspects of Frame in order to deliver various flavours of the
> same manuals. However, they have done without a tech writer for a while and
> like the fact that their engineers can simply go into a Word doc and make
> changes themselves. ...
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