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Subject:Re: Windows '95 Online IP Development From:"Bell, Roger" <RBell -at- ADMIN -dot- CLEMSONSC -dot- NCR -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 23 Sep 1994 08:49:00 PDT
Mary, thanks for the tips on Chicago WinHelp development. Didn't know about
the WinHelp Journal. That should be helpful. Not sure I understand the two
new features you described, but I'll wait on the journal.
Since Chicago is so much more multimedia-oriented, would we be better off
developing for the MS Multimedia Player? If so, does anyone know of any
user-friendly development tools for Player? Thanks in advance.
AT&T Global Information Solutions
roger -dot- bell -at- clemsonsc -dot- ncr -dot- com