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Subject:windows help From:"richard...gvg tech writing ... MS 4F ... X4027" <BACKLUND -at- GVG47 -dot- GVG -dot- TEK -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 17 Aug 1994 11:40:39 -0700
Does anyone have any onformation on training and books on windows help?
I am looking for something which will start at the begining and take me to
where I can design and create windows help files. For classes I am looking
for seminars or short classes not semester length classes. Please send the
good, bad and the ugly. If you could include phone numbers or addresses, this
Thanks very much
Backlund -at- gvg47 -dot- gvg -dot- tek -dot- com