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Subject:Re: Horton's Book on Icons From:Marilynne Smith <mrsmith -at- CTS -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 21 Feb 1996 22:41:00 PST
William Horton publishes with John Wiley & Sons. They have an office in
Toronto. I have "Illustrating Computer Documentation." I'm not sure if
there is a book exclusively for icons. If there is, I'd love to own it.
If Bill wrote an icon book, this will be the book for you.
At 05:50 PM 2/21/96 -0500, Angela Williams wrote:
>I heard recently that Bill Horton has a book on icons, but the source didn't
>give a title or any other relevant information. Can someone help me with the
>particulars or where I can find the particulars? I need some concrete
>information about icons and this sounded like it was what I was looking for.
>Thanks in advance,
>Angela Williams - Technical Writer
>williama -at- cognos -dot- com