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Sorry Bonita. Looks like I replied [accidentally] only to Dannette and
didn't include the entire list. Here's some information:
I'm not sure if Robert Milton is still teaching. However, if you can get
into a course with him - you will be in great shape!
Although I haven't been trained by them, I would bet another great course is
given by the MediaShoppe - http://www.mshoppe.com/training/index.html. Dan
Clinger is great and they've been around for years. I don't know the other
trainer - Jennie - at all).
Or, search the AWARE archives for other recommendations. If you can't find
anything, post the question to the list. For subscription information see
the Macromedia web site or go to http://www.dazzletech.com/scripts/aware/lnkmenu.cfm (another great company
owned by a super-duper AW pro).
Let me know if I can be of any more help.
From: Bonita White [mailto:bwhite -at- youcentric -dot- com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 11, 2000 4:13 PM
Did anyone have any sites for Authorware training? The question was asked a
couple of days ago, but I can't seem to find any of the responses.