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Subject:Re: Interleaf information From:"Karl A. Hakkarainen" <kh -at- ULTRANET -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 29 Jun 1995 21:41:49 GMT
Which version of Interleaf are you running? I6 has extensive online
help and the .ps files for the doc set are on the distribution CD. I5
has a pretty good info system as well; check the tool manager to see
if it's been installed.
rjl -at- bostech -dot- com wrote:
>I'm probably pressing my luck, but are there any good third-party books
>explaining Interleaf? I'm in the "learn by doing" mode at the new job,
>and there seems to be a severe shortage of Interleaf manuals here.
>Thanks in advance..
>rjl -at- bostech -dot- com
~/Karl A. Hakkarainen
Sometimes you have to buy a vowel.