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Single-Source System
A single-source system uses one source document—or a series of source documents—to produce multiple versions in any medium. A single-source file, for example, can be used to create web-based text, text in an online help system, downloadable PDF manuals, downloadable FTP files, or paper documentation—all from a single source file. The advantage, clearly, is that one piece of writing can serve many purposes, which saves costs for you and your company.

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