Category Archives: Authoring Software

Mr. Procedure’s Mad Cap Adventure–I Have Too Many Logs to Saw!

First of all, I am delighted to see such an uptick in visitors to mrprocedure.com! I am so sorry the increase in interest coincided with a decrease in activity, but I will do my best to remedy that. And I … Continue reading

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Mr. Procedure’s Mad Cap Adventure–My Developer’s Christmas List

So far, so good…I have downloaded the Flare product onto my work computer and my home computer (the license permits two downloads as long as they are not on the same domain, meaning, I guess, two people in the same … Continue reading

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Mr. Procedure’s Mad Cap Adventures — Introduction

I am a career Office worker. Not that I have worked in an office my whole life, but I have worked with Microsoft Office (at least since Word Perfect was purged at my prior employer). I have developed documents almost … Continue reading

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