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I'm in the process of developing new online materials for a new product we
are developing (uh oh, someone's gonna put that sentence in the bad manuscript
box...). Specifically, I've evaluated a product called DEMOquik and I'd like
to get some information about its companion product, CBIquik.
I found DEMOquik to be exceptionally simple. It creates beautiful, easy-to-use
demos. Anyone who can write a script can create a demo very quickly.
Has anyone used the CBT companion to DEMOquik? My ultimate goal is to include
a few (less than twenty) interactive tutorials for common tasks, and have these
accessible from the main help system. AMT's literature makes this seem like
something I have to spend a bunch of money to accomplish.
Anyone with experience with their other products? Virtual Help, Pro-DDE,
or CBI-Pro? I'd appreciate the information, and will post a summary to the
glen accardo glen -at- softint -dot- com
Software Interfaces, Inc. (713) 492-0707 x122
Houston, TX 77084