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Recently, Adobe held a virtual press conference for the 2017 Release of the Adobe Technical Communications Suite, which launched on 31 January 2017. While the Suite continues to include the latest versions of Captivate, Acrobat, and Presenter, it’s RoboHelp (RH), … Continue reading
These terms get thrown around interchangeably but they really have different meanings. Yet we refer to information architecture (IA), content management, and documentation management, often in the … Source: easyDITA | Information, Content, Documentation- Is There A Difference? This short … Continue reading
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I was recently asked by an HR manager if I had a sample of a policy about working from home. My answer was: Do you want something more than “Get your Source: Scrap Your Work From Home Policy | Pam … Continue reading