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    What is the Ultimate Goal of Dynamic Publishing?

    By on July 17, 2012

    As an information development professional, I get asked a lot of questions about new technologies; recently someone asked me, “What is dynamic publishing?” Dynamic publishing means different things to different people. It can mean downloading and printing a PDF on-demand, or searching through a document for a particular topic of interest. These two methods require [...]

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In this featured post, MaryLee Grant of Dell explores the what she sees as the ultimate goal of dynamic publishing in her department: topics on demand.

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