Believe it or not, Microsoft Word has come a long way in the past few years. I still wouldnâ€™t use it for the thousand page monsters I used to build for Intel, but frankly those beasts even made FrameMaker have fits. More importantly, FrameMaker is powerful, but nobody ever bothered to make it easy to use.
When I approach something substantial I want to write about, I usually make an outline. This is what I was taught to do as far back as the seventh grade, and it is what I am comfortable with
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