On January 20th we will host a webinar with K15t on Scroll Office which allows you to author in Confluence and style with Word.
Do you use a wiki or Microsoft Word for your documentation? A wiki like Confluence is often the tool of choice for technical writers for collaborating on and authoring documents. Multiple authors can update the most current version of a document online. However, Microsoft Word is still widely used in most organizations for storing and exchanging documents. Some organizations mandate special Word templates for projects’ deliverables and customer facing documents. Word is still a great tool for styling and printing documents to paper. Ideally you want to author content in the wiki and use Word for storing, exchanging and printing documents.
In this webinar we take a deep look into Scroll Office, a Confluence plugin that allows you to collaborate and author your documentation in the wiki and generate beautifully styled Word documents with a single click.
View past webinars here.