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>The new Boggan, Farkas, and Welinske book on developing online help for
Windows '95 environments is useful--especially for those new to WinHelp '
95. While it deals with WinHelp issues, it does not discuss using a help
>I've been referring to another book for developing WinHelp '95.
Designing Windows '95 Help: A Guide to Creating Online Documents.
Mary Deaton and Cheryl Lockett Zubak
QUE Publishing, 1996, ISBN 0-7897-0362-9
>This book at least recognizes that help developers use help authoring tools.