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Subject:Long Technical Documents From:Ian White <Ian -at- IFWTECH -dot- DEMON -dot- CO -dot- UK> Date:Fri, 6 Jan 1995 09:58:07 GMT
Sue Heim <SUE -at- ris -dot- risinc -dot- com> writes:
> I use WinWord 6 in conjunction with Wextech's Doc-To-Help and have
> not had any problems at all! IMHO Doc-To-Help also makes it much
> easier to convert long manuals into readable, user-friendly, on-line
> help systems. In addition, since my file sizes get to be huge, I use
> another utility called Quicture which allows me to offload bitmaps
> (or screen grabs of dialogs and windows, which is really why long
> documents become so cumbersome!).
> And for those folks wondering... No, I do not work for Wextech! I
> work for a software developer in San Diego and several of our
> products are Windows-based...
Please can we have more details of the ways that Doc-To-Help and Quicture
add to the facilities already provided in WinWord 6?
Ian White | IFW Technical Services, Abingdon, England
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