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I could imagine this as the interface for a help system: the TOC
is fast; clicking a TOC link could show an overview topic, with
subsequent links there..... The only problem is the download
time: I have a very slow congested connection. I was willing to
wait for the download in this instance, but certainly not if I were
looking for application help. BUT if the Flash help file was
already stored on my system with the application, it would be
I've never used Flash, so I don't really know how practical
it is for TWs to use. For sure it's aimed at designers. I think
you are right, though, to learn it if you can. Good luck!
Jessica N. Lange jlange -at- daetwyler -dot- com
Technical Communicator, MDC - Dayton
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Darren Barefoot
> I'm interested in learning about Macromedia Flash..... However,
> I'm having a difficult time working out exactly how it will be applicable
> my work.