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Subject:Re: WinHelp Conference in Seattle From:Mary Deaton <knowware -at- MSN -dot- COM> Date:Sun, 10 Dec 1995 21:25:13 UT
Granted I speak at this conference every year, but I speak at ALOT of
conferences every year and this is THE only one that addresses WinHelp and
WinHelp alone and does so it all of its guises. It gets better every year.
Over 500 people are expected this year and the speakers are everybody who is
anybody in the field, including William Horton, Joanne Hackos, Steve Pruitt,
and even the lead developer of WinHelp 4.0, Ralph Walden.
There will also be session on Media View, Microsoft Studio (AKA Blackbird)
and the WEB.
From: Technical Writers List; for all Technical Communication issues on
behalf of Caryn Rizell
Sent: Wednesday, December 06, 1995 2:55 PM
To: Multiple recipients of list TECHWR-L
Subject: WinHelp Conference in Seattle
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Is anyone going to the WinHelp conference in Seattle in Feb 96? Has anyone
been to this conference in previous years?
I would just like to know if it is worth going to if you are doing winhelp.
There are so many conferences available it is hard to know how to choose
the good ones.
caryn_rizell -at- hp-roseville-om2 -dot- om -dot- hp -dot- com