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Subject:Re: Windows '95 Online IP Development From:Mary Deaton <Marymd -at- HALCYON -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 23 Sep 1994 14:48:20 PDT
Roger Bell, I don't know what you mean by Player. Viewer is the multimedia
from Microsoft. They use it to create their own titles, that and alot of C code.
a superset of the Help compiler. But just because Chicago makes it easier to
multimedia doesn't mean you need to use that capability. I think there are very
appl;ication Help system that need sounds, animation, and video to achieve their
goal. I hate
gratuitous multimedia. But learning to use Viewer for reference titles or other
multimedia makes sense would be a smart move for any technical communicator.