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>>_Developing Online Help for Windows_ (Boggan, Farkas, and Welinske,
>>SAMS Publishing, 1993, ISBN 0-672-30230-6)
>>I'm told this is now out of print
>I've heard that they've recently published a new edition, but I haven't seen
>it yet. ...RM
I've heard this also, but haven't seen it yet, either. FWIW, the book
is excellent. I recommend it to everyone who wants to get started
writing help quickly and easily. Some copies are still available at
bookstores, but you have to look around.