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Subject:Re: On Line Documents? From:Louise M &/Or Jim N <mcdo0025 -at- GOLD -dot- TC -dot- UMN -dot- EDU> Date:Mon, 12 Dec 1994 18:39:14 GMT
>>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
Check out the winhelp-l FAQ at 126.96.36.199 in /pub/winhelp.
Also, check out the news' sites comp.os.ms-windows.programmer.winhelp and
alt.hypertext. You can get a copy of WHAG (Windows Help Authoring Guide)
at microsoft.com or ftp.cica.indiana.edu (or a mirror site).
A few good books:
Developing Online Help by Scott Bogan, David Farkas & Joe Welinsky (out
The Developer's Guide to WINHELP.EXE by Jim Mischel.
Mapping Hypertext by Robert Horn
The WinHelp Journal by WinWriters at Seattle Washington (206) 285 2605.
Designing and Writing Online Documentation by William Horton
The GUI Style Guide by Susan S Fowler and Victor R Stanwick
Electronic Performance Support Systems by Gloria Gery