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I have been searching Google to find what I want, but no luck so far.
I am doing some fairly simple web-based training for our salespeople. We
want to have a test (euphemistically called a "review") at the end of the
training, mainly to check that the salespeople have read the training and
know how to use it for reference.
I was looking into using a form that would give them feedback once they
submit it--however, I don't know if our IT group can handle the requests
that I am going to have to make (don't ask). The other option is to use a
MAILTO: form--however, I can't find any freeware/shareware decoders for
MAILTO form output (maybe I'm just not asking the right question).
Can anyone who has dealt with this point me in the right direction?
Senior Technical Writer, Charles Industries, Ltd.
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