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What is being used for Publishing Software?

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rhokr

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I'm trying to find out about the different products available and what others are using to create manuals and printed documents. Also we will be interested in later creating interactive assembly instuctions or parts manuals to be available on the internet. I have started looking at some of the 3D Publishing software such as Document 3D, but would like to know what others are using and any suggestions. Thanks
 

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Take a look at Acrobat 3D

You may want to take a look at the new Adobe Acrobat 3D to see if it does what you want.

Good Luck!
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dst270

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We use a program from Larson Software Technology called CGM Webview. This converts the ProE drawings into CGM format, which can be viewed using Internet Explorer. We also generate a HTML file from the bill of materials to easily find and open drawings.
We use this for parts manuals for customers, it works well for us. Might be worth a look.
 

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