Re: Help Files for the Mac
My company is producing its first version of our software for the Mac, and I
need to produce Mac-compliant Help files. Here's my set up
1. SGML source files (created with a text editor) for single sourcing 2. We use Quadralay's Web Works Professional 6.0.6 (for Win) to produce the
3. Running W2K
4. More than enough memory
5. My birth sign is Scorpio
As I understand it, WW can produce HTML Help, but will my users require IE?
If so, then HTML Help isn't an option.
Ideas? Any help is very much appreciated.
Get a Mac. Ok, because there are specific things you should know before you go on, go to the following to read up about it.
Apple Help information:
You can enter the Apple Developer Center and create a Free Online account. This gives you access to the information, which is freely distributed.
To run the Apple Help SDK, you will need a Mac.
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