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Subject:Need help w/ Doc2Help From:Jane_Torpie_at_III-HQ -at- PROTEON -dot- COM Date:Wed, 23 Mar 1994 17:58:00 EST
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Hi there ...
I have a book written in Word for Windows that I would like to turn into a
Windows online doc. system. (Writing the book and then doing online doc
isn't my preferred approach, but that's not part of the option here.)
I've worked through the tutorial, and I did manage to create a .HLP file.
(It's online and it works, but I'd like to do better than what I got.)
Would anyone of you who have used this product be willing to help me with
questions about methodology? I'm not trying to do anything too crazy, but
I have found that the book isn't as much help to me in this area as I'd
like. (The author focuses more on how to create a new magnum opus rather
than how to get the paper-based stuff online.) I can get most of my techie
questions answered via Compuserve.
Thanks in advance!
Principal Technical Writer