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> I have developed a 2-day course on Doc-To-Help that covers everything from
> opening the box to creating context-sensitive Help. It is a hands-on class
> limited to 12 participants. I have some clients in Seattle who would like me
> to deliver the class, but cannot fill an entire class themselves. I am
> considering, therefore, holding a public class. If you would be interested
> in attending such a class sometime in the next month, please respond to
> marymd -at- halycon -dot- com
> with postal address, telephone number, and fax number.
Having had the pleasure of knowing Mary Deaton professionally for a number of
years, let me give a totally unsolicited recommendation for her ability to
design and teach a class of this kind. My experience with Mary over the years
gives me every confidence that this will be a first-rate class. She has a
direct, clear style that I enjoy very much, and I have no doubt that
students will find this class to be an excellent introduction to Doc-to-Help.