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Subject:Re: On Line Documents? From:Killer of Trees <lemay -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 1 Dec 1994 10:36:54 -0800
Paul, SCHAAF -at- CALVIN -dot- CC -dot- DUQ -dot- EDU, wrote:
> I would like to know how to learn to create ON LINE documents. It seems
> that every add for Tech Writers is looking for that ability. Is there a
> book or class I can take? Is there special software needed to write ON
> LINE Help?
> I am just beginning to explore HTML and online documents for the Internet,
> but there are many knowledgable people on this list and on WINHELP-L and it
> certainly seems to be a major wave of the future.
I hope y'all will forgive the shameless plug, but if you're doing
docs in HTML, or if you're curious about it and want to know how, I've
written a book about it that is about to hit the stores. The book
covers not just the technical side of writing HTML documents, but also
provides hints on organization and design, and includes dozens of real
Email me (lemay -at- netcom -dot- com) for more info; I'm wandering
dangerously into advertising and I don't want to upset anyone on