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Subject:Re: Windows HELP programs From:"Jean D. Ichbiah" <ichbiah -at- JDI -dot- TIAC -dot- NET> Date:Thu, 21 Sep 1995 22:13:21 GMT
In article <9508198115 -dot- AA811534316 -at- elsi -dot- elsi -dot- com> Linda Ulrich <lvu -at- elsi -dot- com>
>From: Linda Ulrich <lvu -at- elsi -dot- com>
>Subject: Windows HELP programs
>Date: 19 Sep 1995 21:50:37 -0000
> Any suggestions for good programs for creating Windows on-line help?
> I've heard of a couple, but would appreciate hearing from people who
> have actually used them. Powerful vs. easy-to-use vs. inexpensive vs.
> etc. This is my 1st level of looking into programs -- all input is
> I'm new to the list, so my apologies if this is a recently-beaten dead
> horse. You can reply to me directly and/or send me explicit
> instructions for finding a list of FAQ.
> Many thanks!
> Linda Ulrich
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