Re: Online Help Tools -- RoboHelp Critique

Subject: Re: Online Help Tools -- RoboHelp Critique
From: "E. M. Murphy" <MurphyAssc -at- AOL -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 5 Oct 1995 01:35:05 -0400

Having worked with RoboHelp for over two years - I would not assume that
RoboHelp is the sole culprit in causing a Windows system to crash. Consider
the source. Word 6 is not good at handling large documents. To get around
this problem, I chunk books and help systems into chapters. I never compile
with compression on and I, too, manually edit the footnotes instead of
twiddle my thumbs wating for Robo to complete Edit gyrations. I like the
HyperViewer if you're building Windows 3.1 help. Not worth bothering with if
you are moving to Windows 95 soon. Use the Windows Help Authoring Tool

Erin Murphy
MurphyAssc -at- aol -dot- com
emmassoc -at- ix -dot- netcom -dot- com

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