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Subject:Meetings and Classes: A Flame From:Nora Merhar <merhar -at- ALENA -dot- SWITCH -dot- ROCKWELL -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 8 Nov 1994 08:40:53 CST
Okay, it's happened again. Someone has sent out a meeting notice WITHOUT
mentioning what state or country it's in, and without noting this info in
LOOK, PEOPLE! We don't all live in your little corner of the world. If we
don't live in Rising Sun, OH, we have no idea where the corner of 5th and
Michigan across from the Tastee-Freeze is. And in all likelihood, we couldn't
get there to attend your meeting anyway.
So PLEASE--if you're posting a meeting notice, say what city, state, and country
the meeting is in (in the header, preferably) so that we can delete the message
if there's no chance we can get to it.
merhar -at- alena -dot- switch -dot- rockwell -dot- com
Mike will give an overview of Robo-Help, highlighting key features and
comparing the program with Doc-To-Help and other Windows authoring tools.
He will also comment on Windows '95 changes and discuss where we can find
useful information about Robo-Help on the Internet.
MEETING PLACE: Baldwin's, Woburn, located across the circle
from the Ramada Inn at the junction of Route 38 (Main Street)
and Route 128 (I-95), Exit 35.