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Re: Documentation File Formats

From: Christopher Browne
Subject: Re: Documentation File Formats
Date: Wed, 21 Aug 2002 14:48:45 -0400

> Learn DocBook, and then you will know what the advantages are, and
> probably why they chose it. For large scale documentation, I don't think
> there is a Word processor that can match it. I think the original idea
> to use DocBook is a good idea...

Take a look at the URL below for quite a number of links about DocBook, 
including some that won't require that you learn _all_ about DocBook in order 
to ascertain its merits...
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