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I'd like to survey the state of the art in providing guidance through cue
cards. Can you suggest Windows or Macintosh applications that have cue
cards? When they're available, do you use them? Do customers use them? What
do you think of them as an instructional medium? Have you come across any
particularly good or bad examples?
Thanks very much for your help.
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