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> I need to create a web based tutorial for a client. Ideally, I'd like
> to produce the tutorial both as a web based set of documents and as a
> pdf file. The first tutorial will have about 100 pages for the first
> version, with the possibility of doubling or tripling over time, as new
> topics are added. I'd like simple navigation : TOC, then navigation of
> (back|next) through the sections at the same level.
What subject or product are we tutoring?
How will this tutorial be hosted? Are we looking for a universal,
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