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Subject:Re: SGML/Structured Documentation Seminar From:Renee Harper <sashrs -at- UNX -dot- SAS -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 21 Dec 1995 13:52:32 GMT
> I received a packet from the Department of Engineering at University of
> Wisconsin-Madison about a seminar on creating a structured documentation
> environment. Does anyone have experience with this university's programs or
> with other SGML or structured documentation seminars?
I've been to this class. The University Of Wisconsin-Madison does a great
job with their classes. Of course, be careful when you go -- it gets mighty
cold in Wisconsin in the winter. (spoken like a true southerner, wouldn't you