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Once upon a time, the company I worked for actually paid to
send me to RoboHelp training. The class was taught by our
own Char James-Tanney, and it was definitly "worth it."
--- "Rowles, Carol" <crowles -at- fnis -dot- com> wrote:
> I'm trying to get my company to pay for RoboHelp
> training. Due to the
> cost, you can imagine their reluctance. I am self taught
> and have been
> using Robohelp for 6 years, but I know there are things
> I'm doing the
> "hard way". I need feedback on the Basic/Intermediate
> training they