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Subject:Re: learning on-line help From:"Dan S. Azlin" <dazlin -at- SHORE -dot- NET> Date:Mon, 6 Feb 1995 01:01:03 -0500
On Tue, 31 Jan 1995, Julie Brodeur wrote:
> I would like to learn how to write on-line help, but it's clear there are
> two things I need but am not sure how to get: 1. some program that lets
> people create on-line help systems, 2. some book(s) that teach me how
> to design good on-line documentation. Any suggestions?
You might try getting a copy of The Developer's Guide to WINHELP.EXE,
Harnessing the Windows Help Engine, by Jim Mischel, 1994, ISBN
0-471-30326-7 (with disk) or ISBN 471-30325-9 (book only).
Dan Azlin ** Word Engineers, Technical Writing & Publishing **
dazlin -at- shore -dot- net