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IEfun (Industrial) (OP)
14 Jun 07 19:39
Can anyone tell me what software is available to do work instructions that incorporates video, graphics and can be paperless.

MadMango (Mechanical)
14 Jun 07 19:43
MS PowerPoint?

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PSE (Industrial)
15 Jun 07 7:49
look at any web publishing software.  A typical web page these days contains most if not all of what you are after.  You also tend not to need any specialized software at the user end for viewing the procedure/instructions.

jelmerra (Aerospace)
15 Jun 07 16:52
You could try turbodemo or robodemo that is what I tend to use. I think adobe re branded robodemo after they took over macromedia. Both packages convert to flash and a number of other web browser based file formats.
Biggleswade (Industrial)
25 Jun 07 17:21
Have you tried Ease? Check it out. It's the best that we researched and it satisfies all our needs.
automatic2 (Industrial)
26 Jun 07 23:51
I agree, Internet based tools are far reaching.
blucas1 (Computer)
12 Jul 07 16:22
Check out Sequence Software at
maskquerade1 (Industrial)
17 Jul 07 13:56
I have been using EASE Inc software for over a year.  It is great.  You don't have to learn proprietary software.  It utilizes Microsoft office applications but controls the revisions and give you lots of other features.  It is great and easy to use.  Their website is
joejack7 (Industrial)
20 Jul 07 14:24
This may help...

thread301-189743: Work/Job Instructions

Mfg. Engineer
"Fighting the 'Good' Fight"

joejack7 (Industrial)
20 Jul 07 14:26

sorry bout that...

Actually, try this thread

thread301-164757: Work Instructions, SOE's, SOP's, Build Instructions.

Mfg. Engineer
"Fighting the 'Good' Fight"

standg (Agricultural)
1 Aug 07 12:35
You may want to look into Camedia. This software allows you to do presenations, interactive assessments, and more.

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