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RE: How Good Is Webworks Publisher?


In a word, Yes.

I've only used it seriously for HTML so far, but certainly the WinHelp
conversion looks promising.

It is like Frame -- you have to spend a lot of time setting up your
templates, but you can then let 'er loose (for HTML, anyway). 

We are about to use it for converting single-source 5.5.3 docs to HTML and
WinHelp, and so far WWP seems to handle our highly conditionalised text very


The Help interface is a bit clunky, and the product is not cheap in the land
of Oz. 


John Pitt, Technical Writer
Wilcom Pty Ltd
(02) 9578 5176

> Frameux et Frameuses:
> Has anybody used Webworks Publisher to convert legacy and new, targeted
> FrameMaker documents to Windows Help, HTML Help, JavaHelp, HTML (any or
> all
> of the above).  Would you recommend this to the light of your life?  To a
> junkyard dog?
> Would you do it again?  Are there particular mantras to recite on the path
> to true enlightenment?
> Regards,
> Hedley

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