Producing On-Line Help

Subject: Producing On-Line Help
From: Andrew Mottershead <A -dot- Mottershead -at- GLOBALCOMM -dot- CO -dot- UK>
Date: Mon, 15 Jul 1996 15:20:32 +-100

The response to my previous note (re: Frame -> Word) was excellent. I received some superb advice and information. So here is another one for you...

I need to produce on-line help for a product that runs on Windows 95, Windows 3.n. and Windows NT.

Which tool should I use (HDK, ForeHelp, Doc-to-Help, RoboHelp, etc.)?

What are the limitations when producing on-line help for different versions of Windows?

Bye for now.

a -dot- mottershead -at- globalcomm -dot- co -dot- uk

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