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Hi there, I just have a few quick questions. I just got Studio 8 and was quite excited that I could use Contribute to set clients up online editable areas. As I dig into Contribute I get the feeling this is not the case - that the editing can only be done via Contribuso my clients would have to own the full program and then of course learn to use it. Am I correct? If so, does anyone know what I might use for basic text based online content management? Thanks so much and I look forward to some sort ...

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    Hi there,

    I just have a few quick questions. I just got Studio 8 and was quite excited
    that I could use Contribute to set clients up online editable areas. As I dig
    into Contribute I get the feeling this is not the case - that the editing can
    only be done via Contribuso my clients would have to own the full program and
    then of course learn to use it.

    Am I correct?

    If so, does anyone know what I might use for basic text based online content
    management?

    Thanks so much and I look forward to some sort of reply.
    Shayne

    CatchThis Guest

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    CatchThis wrote:
    > Hi there,
    >
    > I just have a few quick questions. I just got Studio 8 and was quite excited
    > that I could use Contribute to set clients up online editable areas. As I dig
    > into Contribute I get the feeling this is not the case - that the editing can
    > only be done via Contribuso my clients would have to own the full program and
    > then of course learn to use it.
    >
    > Am I correct?
    >
    > If so, does anyone know what I might use for basic text based online content
    > management?
    >
    > Thanks so much and I look forward to some sort of reply.
    > Shayne
    >
    Shayne, You're right in that your clients would need to purchase a copy
    of Contribute. But, there's not much of a learning curve. It's very
    easy. It works just fine for those clients who want to update sites, but
    who you'd like to keep from making site changes.
    Art Shotwell Guest

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