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Subject:FW: Online Help Files --Documentation For, From:"Delaney, Misti" <ncr02!ncr02!mdelaney -at- UCS01 -dot- ATTMAIL -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 5 Oct 1995 23:06:00 -0500
From: Price, Becca
Subject: RE: Online Help Files --Documentation For,
Date: Thursday, October 05, 1995 11:31AM
I disagree.... it does indeed cover - albeit briefly - writing issues. the
first few chapters deal with appropriate structure, style, even how best to
frame a procedure (action statement followed by feedback statement).
To: internet!VM1.ucc.okstate.edu!TECHWR-L (Multiple recipients of list
Subject: Re: Online Help Files --Documentation For,
Date: Friday, September 22, 1995 10:53AM
I can recommend:
"Developing Online Help for Windows"
by Scott Boggan, David Farkas & Joe Welinske
published by SAMS Publishing
This book provides comprehensive coverage of the basics of producing online
help. It doesn't cover "writing" issues, but then that's not its brief.
> From: TECHWR-L
> To: Multiple recipients of list TECHWR-L
> Subject: Online Help Files --Documentation For,
> Date: Thursday, 21 September 1995 8:21AM
> I'm trying to teach myself how to develop help files for Windows using
> In addition to the tutorial, would anyone recommend a certain
> that covers everything I need to know?
> Anything you can offer is much appreciated!!! - Sue