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I am far from being a expert in Latex but I'm ok to document my projects with it. Though I would seldom find people in the corporate word eager to learn latex and going along with the documentation. 99% of the cases they would just ask me the Word version of it.

For technical documentation I find less resistance, but still, whenever I start a project with someone not familiar with latex, the starting up is troublesome.

That said, latex is a bit of an oversize tool for my needs really. My documents hardly go further from tables, lists, few images and type styles (although I'd love to still be able to produce hyperlinked PDFs).

What are other tools there, simpler and with a easier learning curve than Latex, but still PDF worthy and with minimally decent capabilities? It also has to run on windows :(

Oh. yeah, MSWord is not an option ;)

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OpenOffice or similar? –  soandos Jun 21 '12 at 3:30
Nah, not really, I was rather looking for something markup-like.. maybe I should add that to the question. I like the idea of have documentation I track like source... –  flpgdt Jun 21 '12 at 3:33

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