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Subject:Location of Windows Help Tools From:Doug Fettig <DFettig -at- NYD -dot- LEGENT -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 28 Jun 1994 15:37:00 PDT
Thank you for responses about the Help Writer's Assistant.
You should be able to locate Help Writer's Assistant
at any cica mirror site. The directory may differ slightly.
If the ftp site is ftp.cica.indiana.edu, look in directory
The files are HWAB40_1.ZIP and HWAB40_2.ZIP.
One review sent me:
"It's worth trying out. I had problems trying to edit text in the topic
It gives a lot of options and it is something like ForHelp in not needing
WinWord to create a help file."
This directory has demos of several Help authoring tools. SOS HELP is
another I found (SOSHP201.ZIP).
...OOTD (one of the Dougs)
dfettig -at- nyd -dot- legent -dot- com