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So the project that I have been working on is a "playbook." The client has created a hard copy desktop reference book from that playbook, and included additional content.
I reviewed and updated the playbook. Now I have an opportunity to sync up the playbook with the desktop reference.
Issue: The desktop was had a gaggle of authors, no real editor
I am struggling a little bit with a good review strategy. So far I have putzed around with the following:
Also keeping the content in sync is a challenge. If I had been involved in the beginning, I would have had the playbook contain the more robust descriptions / explanations and the simply excerpted the procedures into the desktop reference, exported to Word and formatted for print. But I wasn't here. Sooo....
Just wondering if anyone else has been dealing with this dual edged content usage sword.