Word processors (sometimes known as document preparation systems) are tools for composing, editing, and formatting documents. Popular word processors include proprietary applications like MS Word and WordPerfect as well as open-source applications such as Abiword and OpenOffice.org Writer.
How DCL can help
DCL has decades of experience in converting from all types of word processing files into XML and other high-performance formats. DCL can convert your documents from any word processor format to any target format, and we will work with you to create a documentation strategy customized to your unique needs.
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DCL White Papers
- Conversion Myths Debunked
Documentation conversions are neither as costly nor as inexpensive as many people seem to believe. But common myths about document conversion prices make it difficult to arrive at a realistic estimate. DCL separates fact from fiction in this breakdown of the factors that affect conversion cost. (1/2010)
- Word to FrameMaker Conversion
Deb Lockwood of CSG Systems, a Colorado-based customer interaction management firm, details how she and her team succeeded in completing the conversion of over 11,000 pages of documentation. Her article is an excellent illustration of just how critical it is to convert your documentation to the right format, and it also serves as a reminder of how much work and management effort goes into a do-it-yourself conversion. (1/2010)
- Wyeth Pharmaceuticals & XML; Beyond compliance to smarter, faster, higher-quality document publishing: An interview with Bernie Coney
Learn how one division of Wyeth Pharmaceuticals moved to a regulatory compliance standard, and now shows greater consistency, efficiency, and higher-quality documents. (9/2008)
- CONTENT REUSE - THE UNSEEN REVOLUTION
In an exclusive interview with DCLnews, content management expert JoAnn
Hackos reveals how financial pundits, public utilities research
organizations, and local governments are taking up XML powered reuse of
content in a big way. (6/2004)