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Karen, after you used Director to create training materials, in what format did
the client get your deliverable, i.e., on CD, converted for Web, etc.?
Can you speak about Toolbook Assistant (Asymetrix)? And how it compared to
Director, if you know?
Karen Carruthers wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've used the latest versions of Authorware, Director, and Robohelp to
> create interactive training materials. I prefer Director above all of them.
> If you are familiar with Robohelp and Word you should be able to create some
> very basic tutorials, but you will be very limited if you want to do
> anything fancy.