Re: HTML Help Questions
Linda Sherman wrote:
> (3) Has anyone used Front Page to develop HTML help? Money's a little
> tight right now, and we don't want to invest in something like Robo for
> this small project. We have Front Page, Home Site, and HTML Help
> Workshop here.
You've already got all you need: an HTML editor (HomeSite) and HTML Help Workshop.
If the project grows, or if you'll have to update the index in the future, I'd suggest adding HTML Indexer.
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