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Subject: DOCBOOK-APPS: Word 2000->DocBook Effort
We have some documentation requirements within our group that are of a fair size - not huge, but significant enough to require multiple books (as well as eventual profiling). Most people in our group are not too technically savvy and would not want to delve into DocBook - particularly if it required learning another tool (let alone the cadre of tools supporting DocBook). This led me to try to come up with a compromise where I could get what I consider the positive capabilities and solid infrastructure of DocBook while still providing a means for our internal users to write documentation. Here's what I have:
My question is - do others think this is a valid concept? If so, would anyone be willing to join forces to move this along? As I said, I'm a complete novice in this and though what I've done to now works in producing PDFs (other than the insidious extra line in <step>), there are undoubtedly better ways.
Thanks for any feedback -
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