Re: Help Authoring

Subject: Re: Help Authoring
From: Gregory Keith <GKeith -at- DELRINA -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 21 Jul 1995 13:48:00 PDT

I would definitely recommend Blue Sky Software's WinHelp Office. I just got
an eval version of WinHelp Office, which is a full suite of Blue Sky's
groovy WinHelp tools including RoboHELP 3.0. We're presently in the exremely
stunned stage, amazed by its capabilities. How about adding fully-featured
full-text search to your existing help files, as well as a collapsible and
expandable graphical tree that shows the structure of your help file, with
about THREE (3) minutes worth of work? I'm amazed...and the 160-page "Moving
to WinHelp 95" book looks really good, very thorough comparisons between
WinHelp 4.0 and 3.1 help. Haven't even looked at the Software Video Camera
tool yet, or the "Mastering WinHelp" video...This is a good product.

Greg

Gregory Keith
Documentation Specialist
Delrina Canada
gkeith -at- delrina -dot- com

"Our minds are porous and forgetfulness seeps in: I myself am distorting and
losing, under the wearing away of the years, the face of Beatriz."
Jorge Luis Borges, The Aleph


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